Tag: Teacher Shortage
Worry Grows Across Europe Over Teacher Shortages
There are now 4,000 vacant teaching positions in France, and national predictions estimate that number will climb to 25,000 in Germany by 2025 and 30,000 in Portugal by 2030.
Poland And Hungary Both Are Facing Severe Teacher Shortages
Polish and Hungarian public schools are struggling to fill teaching positions as they welcome large numbers of Ukrainian refugee children.
Australia: A Scarcity Of Teachers Is Expected By Almost All School Administrators By 2023
Nearly nine out of ten public school administrators in Victoria expressed concern that they would not be able to fill all teaching positions for the following school year due to the state’s severe teacher shortage.
Hawaii Is Facing A Potential Shortage Of Up To One Thousand Teaching Positions
Thousands of public school teachers will get pay increases of $7,000 to $26,000 per year, which is helping to keep some instructors from leaving the profession. Nevertheless, the Hawaii State Teachers’ Association anticipates a severe shortage of educators this academic year.
Houston Independent School District Will Once Again Use Staffers And Administrators To Fill Teaching Positions
Houston ISD officials said on Wednesday that they want to deploy administrative personnel who possess teaching credentials to assist in filling any remaining openings when classes begin in less than two weeks.
Missouri: Schools Are Considering Switching To A 4-Day School Week Due To Teacher Shortages
In the midst of a teacher shortage that affects the whole state of Missouri, some school districts are looking at implementing a four-day school week, while others have already done so.
Schools In Pennsylvania Are Feeling The Effects Of The Nationwide Teacher Shortage
Pennsylvania school districts are struggling to fill teaching positions as students get ready to return to class.
NSW Proposes To Raise Teacher Pay To $130,000 Amid Teacher Shortages
Sarah Mitchell, the minister for education and early learning in New South Wales, has suggested ways to keep “outstanding teachers” in the state’s classrooms amid a shortage of teachers all over the state.
According To A Recent Survey, 70% Of The Teachers In Texas Are Thinking About Leaving Their Positions
An unsettling report on teachers and other education professionals in Texas was just published by the Texas State Teachers Association. It happens at a time when there is a critical shortage of educators throughout the nation. The study found that the majority of teachers in Texas — 70 percent — were giving serious consideration to…
Switzerland: The Teachers’ Association Warns Of A Worsening In Education Quality Due To A Shortage Of Certified Teachers
At a press conference, Dagmar Rosler, the president of the organization, said during a press conference that an increasing number of primary schools have been forced to rely on staff who do not possess the appropriate professional qualifications to work as teachers.