Schools try to keep students productive despite lack of subs

When substitutes couldn't be found for absent teachers in a Florida district or the schools couldn't afford them, 200 or more students would be packed in to "super sub centers" where they could socialize. But under a new agreement, some teachers will give up their planning periods to oversee the group centers and will administer homework packets to keep students focused on learning, superintendent Peg Smith said.

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