School districts are canceling thousands of classes due to staff shortages and teacher burnout
7 days ago - By Business Insider
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Schools across the US are canceling classes over staff shortages and teacher burnout.
Such cancellations have affected 858 districts and 8,692 individual schools just this month.
Some working parents are furious, especially about sudden cancellations.
Schools across the US are canceling classes over staff shortages and teacher burnout, sparking fury among some working parents. Cancellations have affected 858 districts and 8,692 individual schools in November, NPR reported , citing Burbio , a tracker of...
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