(Pierre, SD) — South Dakota school districts are still trying to fill nearly 300 openings for teachers. Associated School Boards of South Dakota Executive Director Wade Pogany says the openings remain as the school year approaches in the next several weeks. Pogany says 65 of the openings are in special education and another 64 are for elementary school positions. He says the current shortage is an improvement over the shortage experienced in April when there were 520 open teacher positions.
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