Substitute teacher Lowell Cosgrove, left, helps student Mackenzie Evans, 9, take an online reading exam on an iPad connected to the Internet in a classroom at Sheridan Elementary School in Sheridan on  Feb. 11. School districts locally and across the country are struggling to keep a big enough pool of substitute teachers.
Substitute teacher Lowell Cosgrove, left, helps student Mackenzie Evans, 9, take an online reading exam on an iPad connected to the Internet in a classroom at Sheridan Elementary School in Sheridan on Feb. 11. School districts locally and across the country are struggling to keep a big enough pool of substitute teachers. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Substitute teacher Lowell Cosgrove, left, helps student Mackenzie Evans, 9, take an online reading exam on an iPad connected to the Internet in a classroom at Sheridan Elementary School in Sheridan on Feb. 11. School districts locally and across the country are struggling to keep a big enough pool of substitute teachers. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

How to solve the substitute teacher shortage

February 26, 2015 4:00 PM

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