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Wanda Biffart,
South Central School Division No. 210, SK

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Ernesta Rivais
Interim Director of Education
Nelson House Education Authority

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US is hiring foreign teachers

by mysteryname

What does this say about our education system and the future education of our kids?
Districts across the nation are hiring foreign talent to overcome domestic shortages of qualified teachers. In the South Bay, the San Jose Unified school district now employs 22 foreign teachers, including a biology instructor from Germany. The Cupertino and Franklin-McKinley elementary districts have brought on 12 and 19, respectively, from Mexico, Canada, Spain and other countries.
Nationally, as many as 15,000 elementary, middle and high school teachers from abroad now work in the United States on temporary work visas

Sault College experience 'good for us'  — Sault Star
Brazil, working with Association of Canadian Community Colleges, sent 43 college representatives to Canadian colleges in February. The five men are from five different institutions and did not know each other prior to their Canadian trip.

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