Kansas Teacher Crisis Cont'd

The school year is quickly approaching and right now classrooms are suffering a horrific shortage of workers.

Here's the latest . . .

The Kansas teacher shortage has been building for years. But new research by the RAND Corporation shows that the COVID-19 pandemic increased teachers’ levels of stress and burnout and may be accelerating the exodus.

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Burned out: As more educators leave, Kansas faces its worst-ever teacher shortage

WICHITA, Kansas - First came the school year where a killer virus sent everybody home early. Then the maddening online year. Followed by the half-and-half year. Amid all that, teachers - or public schools writ large - became the enemy. Hostility boiled over about wearing masks, banning library books or teaching about history and race.