School staffing issues in Oregon called ‘real, emergency situation’

Julie Cleve, a reading specialist at Hallman Elementary School, helps studets learn about length and measurement. At a Senate Education Committee meeting school leaders said they are grappling with severe teacher shortages, especially in special education. (Salem Reporter)

SALEM - At a Senate Education Committee meeting on Monday, superintendents and representatives from school boards and teachers associations detailed dire staffing situations across the state that are harming . . .

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