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Teachers can expect busy summer

Recruiting teachers is a challenge

Assistant Superintendent John Popp

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Next Thursday will be the final day of classes at Great Bend schools, but teachers will stay busy for much of the summer.
At Great Bend USD 428, summer professional development courses start on May 30, when elementary teachers will spend two days reviewing new Kansas State Department of Education standards for math and reading curricula. Those who attend will spend the mornings looking at Great Bend’s math curriculum, Envision, and then its reading curriculum, Wonders.
These are professional development offerings that teachers will be paid to attend, Assistant Superintendent John Popp said. There are some courses in the ...


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