‘Every year it’s harder to fill the jobs’: Hiring teachers gets increasingly difficult in rural Alaska

“In the Lower Kuskokwim School District in Southwest Alaska, classes started this month with about a dozen teaching jobs unfilled.

Farther north, the Bering Strait School District still needed eight teachers in classrooms a week into the school year. It patched the vacancies with long-term substitutes or by combining classes, said Superintendent Bobby Bolen…” Read the full ADN article here.

2017-08-31T11:37:00+00:00