Educator shortages leading up to the start of the academic year aren’t rare for New Jersey school districts, particularly the larger ones.
But the coronavirus pandemic may be making these teacher shortfalls even greater as the start of the 2021-2022 school year approaches.
“On the one end, we’re not refilling the pool of candidates, and on the other end, we have those people that are deciding, ‘I’ve had enough,'” said Todd Lawrence, owner of NJSchoolJobs.com. “Maybe COVID sped that process up for people.”
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