Bills aim to fix California teacher shortage

Facing a growing teacher shortage, California school districts have lately turned to subsidized housing and signing bonuses to fill empty positions.

Bills aim to fix California teacher shortage

 

Highlights:

School districts struggling to fill empty positions as enrollment falls in credential programs

Legislation would provide loan forgiveness and mentoring for new teachers

Lawmakers hope to create financial incentive for what can be low-paying profession

 

Facing a growing teacher shortage, California school districts have lately turned to subsidized housing and signing bonuses to fill empty positions.

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