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Florida Schools Scramble To Fill Vacant Slots

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Bay County, a Panhandle district with roughly 26,600 students, was still looking to hire teachers on the eve of the first day of classes. In Bay County, where Hurricane Michael wreaked havoc nearly four years ago, inflated housing prices have put an additional strain on the district's recruiting efforts.
2 months ago

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Florida Schools Scramble To Fill Vacant Slots

Florida students began returning to classrooms this week amid a teacher and support-staff shortage, with some counties still advertising positions and

2 months ago·Tampa, United States
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Schools scramble to fill vacant slots

In Bay County, a Panhandle district with roughly 26,600 students, school officials were still looking to hire teachers on the eve of the first day of classes.

2 months ago·Tallahassee, United States
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Schools Scramble to Fill Vacant Slots

TALLAHASSEE — Florida students began returning to classrooms this week amid a teacher and support-staff shortage, with some counties still advertising positions and exploring "creative options" to fill vacancies.

2 months ago·Tallahassee, United States
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Schools scramble to fill vacant slots - The West Volusia Beacon

Florida students began returning to classrooms this week amid a teacher and support-staff shortage, with some counties still advertising positions and exploring “creative options” to fill vacancies. In Bay County, a Panhandle district with roughly 26,600 students, school officials were still looking to hire teachers on the eve of the first day of classes. “We’re still advertising about 40 instructional vacancies and about 50 support vacancies, s…

2 months ago
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