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Guilford County's needy schools hardest to staff

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Posted: Sunday, September 22, 2013 5:15 am | Updated: 11:28 pm, Fri Mar 28, 2014.

The most experienced and most effective teachers are not clamoring to educate the neediest students.

That job involves going into high-poverty schools where teachers likely will work longer hours, struggle to get more parents through the door, and face greater numbers of children more likely to be hungry, ill-prepared or enduring other challenges. The teachers have to minimize the effects of those external issues while also meeting rising academic expectations and shrinking resources.

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