26/06/2018 – MiamiHerald. / Mississippi public schools are looking for more than 2,100 employees before school starts in August.
The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports that administrators across the state report trouble finding enough teachers, nurses, bus drivers and other employees.
Columbia Superintendent Jason Harris says administrators of Gulf Coast districts recently discussed the need to better recruit and retain teachers.
The newspaper reports that the 30 districts in northeast Mississippi have fewer job openings, on average, than districts elsewhere in the state.