On August 8, the same day most students arrived for their first day of classes, the Douglas County School District listed 481 available jobs, ranging from full-time teachers and paraprofessionals to behavior specialists and child-care managers.
Of course, the Douglas County School District has been a lightning rod for controversy since the February firing of superintendent Corey Wise, and the subsequent resignation by Sid Rundle, DCSD’s much-respected special education services officer, was seen as an indication that a mass exodus of teachers concerned about the situation could soon take place.
Still, the Douglas…
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