Kansas teacher shortage grows, as more educators experience burnout
New research tells the story of school systems around the country: There’s a growing principal and teacher shortage, as educators face increased levels of stress and burnout.
That’s the case in Kansas, where a teacher shortage has been building for years and is likely to worsen in the fall.
Suzanne Perez of the Kansas News Service reports.
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