Teacher shortage in Shamattawa First Nation leaves hundreds of kids out of school
Air Date: Sep 18, 2017 6:03 PM CT
Approximately 200 students who were set to begin school at the end of August still haven't started classes in Shamattawa First Nation because there are simply not enough teachers.
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