Percentage of Oklahoma school superintendents and school board members concerned their district will face a COVID-related teacher shortage during the upcoming school year. Three out of four (75 percent) expected a shortage for support staff, while concern for securing substitutes rose to 91 percent. 

[Source: Oklahoma State School Boards Association

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