Education

Pandemic has had major ramifications for education says semi-retired teacher

Bradley Jurd
Updated September 12 2022 - 10:10am, first published 4:30am
Staffing numbers at schools across Bathurst have been affected by Covid-19, so much so semi-retired teachers have enough work to go back full time.
Staffing numbers at schools across Bathurst have been affected by Covid-19, so much so semi-retired teachers have enough work to go back full time.

A SEMI-RETIRED Bathurst teacher believes the COVID-19 pandemic has played a major part in staff shortages currently faced by the education sector.

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Bradley Jurd

Bradley Jurd

Journalist at Western Advocate, Bathurst

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