Proposed grant program would help classroom aides to become teachers | Wednesday Morning Coffee
A new Pa. House bill aims to help address the Keystone State's teacher shortage.
Pa.’s teacher pipeline problem calls for innovative solutions | Opinion
Student debt from earning a college degree can permanently close doors for those aspiring to become teachers.
‘This is not sustainable’: Pa. educators detail staffing shortage, urge legislative relief
Before the pandemic, there was already a growing staffing shortage, especially among classroom substitutes, and COVID-19 has only exacerbated educational challenges.
Wolf signs bill providing temporary relief amid substitute teacher shortage
The bill, authored by state Rep. Barbara Gleim, R-Cumberland, gives schools added flexibility for filling classroom vacancies during the 2021-22 and 2022-23 academic years.