By Joseph Kolb
Originally posted by Reuters on August 11, 2014.
“Just two days before classes resume, New Mexico’s biggest school district faces a shortage of almost 200 teachers, officials say, with the majority of the unfilled positions in special education and elementary grades.”
“…The elementary and special education areas are typically problematic, King said. ‘It’s not unusual for those departments to deal with teacher shortages all year,’ the [Albuquerque Public Schools] spokeswoman said.”