After the COVID-19 pandemic caused shortages in a variety of work fields, the state of Missouri is working to fill the gaps in the classroom setting by making it easier to become a substitute teacher.

In an effort to combat staffing challenges in schools, provisions relating to substitute teaching were passed in Senate Bill 681 and signed by Gov. Mike Parson.

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Insulting degreed and dedicated teachers.

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