Tiffany Samuel, a Fresno Unified teacher on special assignment, instructs a classroom of new teachers in August, 2016 to help them prepare for the school year. A new report says Fresno is a good place to live if you’re a teacher, but local districts are still facing a shortage.
Tiffany Samuel, a Fresno Unified teacher on special assignment, instructs a classroom of new teachers in August, 2016 to help them prepare for the school year. A new report says Fresno is a good place to live if you’re a teacher, but local districts are still facing a shortage. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Tiffany Samuel, a Fresno Unified teacher on special assignment, instructs a classroom of new teachers in August, 2016 to help them prepare for the school year. A new report says Fresno is a good place to live if you’re a teacher, but local districts are still facing a shortage. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

New report names Fresno among best places to live if you’re a teacher

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