School districts across Idaho are experiencing teacher and personnel shortages due to pandemic-related absences. In addition to the shortages, districts are facing a lack of substitute teachers who are able to cover these personnel absences and have called on stakeholders around the state for help. Those stakeholders are facing their own kinds of crisis standards of care resource management decisions.
To address these needs, Boise State’s College of Education is working with school districts to leverage the benefits of teacher candidates to support shortages while maintaining high quality field experiences and mentoring.
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