Executive Order Signed for School Staff Shortages

Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt has signed an executive order that is focused on staff shortages in schools statewide. The new order authorizes state agencies to allow their employees to substitute teach. He said this would help keep kids in the classroom. Governor Stitt said his Secretary of Education Ryan Walters will work with school officials and administrators across the state to implement the new executive order. They would be paid by the state agencies while substituting instead of taking substitute pay. Related

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