Educators had predicted early in the pandemic that increased covid cases would amplify a shortage of teachers and substitutes. Months later, many districts have found hybrid and remote learning offers a bit more flexibility. Still, many educators also have found the shortage is more challenging to manage, as quarantines take teachers out of class and create inconsistency for students and an added burden for schools hoping to reopen for full face-to-face learning.
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Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, February 23, 2021.