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Morning Read: Despite teacher shortage, state’s largest districts fill nearly all job openings

LA School Report | October 3, 2016

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California’s largest school districts use aggressive tactics to find teachers
Against the backdrop of a widely reported teacher shortage, most of California’s 25 largest school districts were able to fill nearly all their job openings for fully credentialed teachers by the time school started this year, according to an EdSource survey. Eight of the state’s largest districts reported having no unfilled openings. That included the state’s three largest — Los Angeles Unified, San Diego Unified and Long Beach Unified. By Fermin Leal and Pat Maio, EdSource

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