Teacher shortage continues in Arizona

A new survey shows the teacher shortage continues to be severe in Arizona despite higher pay for teachers. The Arizona School Personnel Administrators Association survey shows a 21% teacher vacancy rate across the state, and a high number of vacancies being filled by those who do not meet state certification requirements. We hear more from Justin Wing, past president of the association.

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Justin Wing, former president Arizona School Personnel Administrators Association

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Stephanie Sy at the anchor desk of PBS NewsHour West

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