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Inside KELOLAND: SD Teacher Shortage

August 10, 2014, 3:30 PM by Anna Peters

Inside KELOLAND:  SD Teacher Shortage
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

With just days until the first day of class, one South Dakota school district still needs to hire more than a dozen teachers.  Other districts plan to start classes with open positions. 

On this Inside KELOLAND, we hear from administrators from all corners of South Dakota.  They'll talk about the struggle to recruit teachers, possible solutions and the potential impact of a teacher shortage on classrooms across KELOLAND.

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