Lucero Escareno, a recent bilingual teaching hire at Fresno Unified’s Sunset Elementary School, sits among other new teachers during a teacher training class at McLane High School on Aug. 7, 2016. Education expert Kate Walsh writes that the so-called teacher shortage does not exist – except for teachers in science, math, special education and English language learning, ‘where there is real need.’
Lucero Escareno, a recent bilingual teaching hire at Fresno Unified’s Sunset Elementary School, sits among other new teachers during a teacher training class at McLane High School on Aug. 7, 2016. Education expert Kate Walsh writes that the so-called teacher shortage does not exist – except for teachers in science, math, special education and English language learning, ‘where there is real need.’ CRAIG KOHLRUSS The Fresno Bee file
Lucero Escareno, a recent bilingual teaching hire at Fresno Unified’s Sunset Elementary School, sits among other new teachers during a teacher training class at McLane High School on Aug. 7, 2016. Education expert Kate Walsh writes that the so-called teacher shortage does not exist – except for teachers in science, math, special education and English language learning, ‘where there is real need.’ CRAIG KOHLRUSS The Fresno Bee file

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Teacher shortage people are up in arms about? It doesn’t exist.

December 06, 2016 3:09 PM

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