NYC promises 2,000 additional teachers to address shortage. Principals union says that falls ‘woefully short
City officials promised Monday to scrounge up an additional 2,000 teachers to help fill staffing shortages plaguing the city’s partial school reopening plan — but critics say the influx of staffers will barely scratch the surface of the personnel crunch.
“The 2,000 additional teachers the Mayor referenced in his press conference today is woefully short of the over 10,000 teachers that we estimate New York City principals have already requested,” said Mark Cannizzaro, the president of the city principals union Monday.
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