CRBJ: Fewer teachers want to be in S.C. classrooms

Patrick Hoff, a staff writer for the Charleston Regional Business Journal, wrote a story about the state’s teacher shortage and included comments from TCCC CEO John C. Read.

Read said no silver bullet exists for solving the problem and that communities need to work together to better support teachers.

“We have to honor the profession, we have to encourage students in math to prepare for a career in teaching, we have to make it rewarding for them,” he said. “Those are the things that we as a community need to do. The school district can’t do it alone; business leaders need to put pressure on the school boards to say, ‘This has to happen, or we’ll take our jobs elsewhere.’”

Click here to read the story or check out the Nov. 13 CRBJ print edition.

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