The Teacher Shortage Is Real. Little Is Being Done About It. October 31, 2019
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by Fit and Fun Playscapes on 0 commentsThe teacher shortage is real and little is being done about it. Fit and Fun Playscapes speaks to Ms. Heather Taylor, a band teacher at Lakeshore Elementary, about how the teacher shortage is affecting the classroom and how tough teachers really have it.