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The Edvocate Podcast, Episode 3: Why Teacher Shortages Occur
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It seems that every year around this time, school districts around the country report not being able to fill all of their open teacher vacancies. Why do these cyclical teacher shortages occur? In this episode of the podcast, we will explore this topic in-depth.
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