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Every day, Tammy Moore, director of transportation at Halifax County Public Schools, thinks, “Will there be bus drivers today managing all the routes?” as they continue to look for additional bus drivers and replacement drivers. Often times, bus drivers have to double their routes to get all bus drivers home from school. Sometimes moors and […]

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Bank estimated that more than half of children in low- and middle-income countries were not getting the basic reading skills necessary to support future learning. The pandemic has exacerbated this global learning crisis, with more than 100 million additional children estimated to fall below the minimum level of […]

In the United States, the number of teachers qualified to assist students with special needs is decreasing. In Nebraska, school principals fear the shortage puts these students at risk for learning and growth. Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are working to understand what factors affect the preparation and retention of special education teachers, including […]