February 12, 2024; 5:39 AM—KQED Reporter Alex Hall speaks with John Affeldt, Managing Attorney for Education Equity, about the the role the state needs to play to address state-wide teacher shortages. Public Advocates filed three Williams complaints against WCCUSD earlier this month. The complaints highlight the disproportionate number of teacher vacancies the school district has, and how the school district is currently filling these vacancies illegally—with rolling substitutes, or having current permanent educators fill classes during their free prep time. Affeldt calls on the state to step up.

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