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Will NJ Teacher Shortages Spur Adaption of Remote Learning?

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, since September New Jersey’s teachers union has been warning of teacher shortages being exacerbated by the COVID pandemic. Faced with a teacher shortage , NJ lawmakers are considering having the state recognize out-of-state teaching certificates to make recruiting easier for school districts.

A bill has been advanced by both the Senate and Assembly education committees that would grant reciprocity for out-of-state licenses. It awaits votes by the full Legislature, which could conceivably come in January but won’t necessarily be scheduled.

The key question is will reciprocity for out-of-state teacher licenses will move forward  the current trend of remote learning and increase its adoption and acceptance by students , taxpayers and educators?

6 thoughts on “Will NJ Teacher Shortages Spur Adaption of Remote Learning?

  1. Its long overdue.
    Of course the teachers union will fight this tooth and nail.

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  2. Shortage of substitute teachers as well.

  3. NJEA sacrificing every effort made over the last fifty years to give smart, hardworking New Jersey students the preparation they need to compete on a national scale.

    And for what.

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  4. Wonders if the shortage of teachers worth what their being paid in salary and benefits is even worse.

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  5. We need to teach our kids every day common sense. And learn a trade. My God look at plumbers make

  6. The shrink @ pyschiatrist is spot on. My friends who are plumbers and electricians make 6 figures.

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