Hochul proposes waiving retiree income cap, accelerating certification amid NY teacher shortage
From Pix 11:
NEW YORK – Gov. Kathy Hochul vowed to support the teacher workforce and rebuild the state’s school system in her 2022 State of the State address Wednesday.
The governor attributed the disruption to education and a vast teacher shortage to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
“The role of a teacher is irreplaceable in a child’s life and as the past two years have hammered home, they’re irreplaceable in a parent’s life, too,” the governor said during her address. “As a mother, I know this first hand. This workforce is also stressed and overworked. So we will ramp up efforts to recruit and retain teachers – with more effective training and support, faster and easier certification, and stronger career pipelines and ladders.”
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