Teaching Vacancies and Difficult-to-Staff Teaching Positions in Public Schools

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Activate Research co-authored “Teaching Vacancies and Difficult-to-Staff Teaching Positions in Public Schools.” Compared to the 1999–2000 school year, a lower percentage of public schools had at least one teaching vacancy in the 2011–12 school year, according to “Teaching Vacancies and Difficult-to-Staff Teaching Positions in Public Schools,” a Statistics in Brief that describes the percentages of public schools that reported that they had teaching vacancies and subject areas with difficult-to-staff teaching positions.  More info

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