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Regional teacher shortage education department's 'number one priority'

Rachel Clark
June 7 2024 - 2:06pm
Secretary of the NSW Department of Education Murat Dizdar chats with Peel High Executive Principal Fiona Jackson and teacher Curtis Wolrige. Picture by Gareth Gardner
Secretary of the NSW Department of Education Murat Dizdar chats with Peel High Executive Principal Fiona Jackson and teacher Curtis Wolrige. Picture by Gareth Gardner

New England and North West schools are short more than 130 teachers, which means multiple classes each day are going uncovered.

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Rachel Clark

Rachel Clark

Journalist

Rachel, a former Sydney-sider turned country journalist at the Northern Daily Leader, covers education, Gunnedah and Liverpool Plains councils, and renewable energy. Be sure to say g'day: rachel.clark@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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