Illinois Schools Are Drastically Short On Subs
(Springfield, IL) — Students in hundreds of classrooms may end-up watching a movie today because their local school couldn’t find a substitute teacher. A new survey released yesterday from the Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents of Schools says schools are short by about three-thousand subs a week. That’s 600 a day. The Regional Superintendent’s Jeff Vose says state licensing laws are one of the main reasons why too few people are able to fill-in in the classroom.
Benjamin Yount/dcr IL)
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