Lincoln Elementary School
The Problem: Lincoln Elementary School, located outside Chicago, Illinois, was quick to feel the nationwide teacher shortage. In particular, the school was unable to secure permanent staffing options for its world language program. Lincoln’s Elementary School students were deprived of Spanish courses, further leading to an unproductive comprehensive educational experience.
Newton County School District
The Problem: Newton County School District, located in Covington, Georgia, was struggling to find qualified teachers or substitutes for open subjects. The district was unable to provide schools with the best ELA, math, science, and social studies instruction, hindering the ability of students to move forward academically. Ensuring quality education in core subjects is just one of the tenets to the districts’ mission of fostering a challenging yet beneficial academic environment.
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Fulton County Schools, GAThe ProblemAs one of the largest school districts in Georgia, Fulton...
Equity of access to quality instruction from a certified educator.
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