Friday, November 13, 2020

Local Schools Suffer Teacher Dropouts Amid Latest COVID-19 Surge

Check today's life lesson for schools coping with worsening pandemic numbers and increased attrition among the ranks of overworked and underpaid teachers . . .

Staff shortages hitting Kansas City area school districts

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kelly Services, a staffing company that helps school districts staff substitute teachers, is seeing a concerning series of trends as COVID-19 cases surge throughout the Kansas City area. "We have some school districts that are having more challenges than others.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Trump must be winning so they fired back up the covid lie

Anonymous said...

Kcps is in denial of why they are short of staff, you can’t teach kolored kids anything or that would be racist plus the fact that they are extremely violent and abusive of the teachers. I can’t blame them one bit for leaving the worst school district in the nation.

Anonymous said...

Besides they make the teachers do the kids laundry because baby momma be all drugged up on crack and pcp. What a disaster.

Anonymous said...

teachers finding more lucrative lines of work?