‘Stretched too thin’: With staff ‘exhausted,’ schools cancel class or return to remote learning

‘Extended excessively slender’: With staff ‘depleted,’ schools drop class or return to remote learning

Trevor Hughes

USA TODAY

DENVER – School areas the country over are briefly shutting or exchanging back to remote learning as school managers battle with void homerooms, driverless transports and understaffed cafeterias brought about by boundless instructor depletion, Covid concerns and the Great Resignation.

Michigan has as of late seen no less than eight schools shut down or return to web based learning as a result of staff deficiencies. In Florida, Brevard Public Schools said Wednesday it would expand its Thanksgiving break, while state funded schools in Seattle and Portland, Oregon, gave educators and understudies an additional a day away from work for Veterans Day.

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