Published On: January 5, 2022

After roughly 1,200 teachers and staff members called out on Tuesday and nearly as many sick on Wednesday, Boston Public Schools continued to adapt to rising COVID-19 cases.

“There are staffing shortages in the schools and that’s a significant challenge to maintain safety for the students,” said Jessica Tang, president of the Boston Teachers Union.

To help alleviate the shortage, BPS Superintendent Brenda Cassellius shifted gears to teaching in a fourth grade classroom on Wednesday.

Read the full article at NBC 10 Boston

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