Salary bumps of $10,000 per year are being credited for helping Hawaii fill nearly half of its special-education teacher vacancies and give current teachers an incentive to stay. The state is experiencing its lowest-ever numbers of special-education and general-education teacher vacancies, Superintendent Christina Kishimoto said.
Special-ed teacher vacancies filled in Hawaii
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