Fliers in Wichita schools advertise a new program that offers cash awards to employees who help fill hard-to-staff teacher vacancies.
Fliers in Wichita schools advertise a new program that offers cash awards to employees who help fill hard-to-staff teacher vacancies. Courtesy photo
Fliers in Wichita schools advertise a new program that offers cash awards to employees who help fill hard-to-staff teacher vacancies. Courtesy photo

Frustrated by hard-to-fill teacher vacancies, Wichita district is offering cash rewards

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