Tennessee district relaxes qualifications for substitute teachers

To create a larger pool of fill-in teachers, the Clarksville-Montgomery County (Tenn.) School System is allowing more high school graduates, some as young as 21, to substitute teach. The shortage of substitutes has been so dire that teachers have had to give up planning periods and combine classes to cover gaps.

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