Proposals to boost teacher recruitment, retention presented to S.C. Board of Education

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“For the last several months, a task force has been researching and developing a report aimed at turning around South Carolina’s growing teacher shortage. Now its recommendations are in the hands of the State Board of Education. On Tuesday, former State Superintendent Barbara Nielsen, who chaired the Statewide Teacher Recruitment and Retention Task Force, presented the report at the State Board’s meeting in Columbia. Of the group’s 23 total recommendations, some will require action from the General Assembly and likely would not be able to be addressed until next year, when lawmakers begin their next regular legislative session.”

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