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(Olympia, WA)  --  Principals across Washington say the state's shortage of teachers is at a crisis level.  A survey of 730 principals shows 80-percent who were questioned say they've had to hire under-qualified teachers, while 74-percent say they've had to serve as substitutes for classroom teachers.  The surveys were commissioned by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and Association of Washington School Principals.  Forty-five-percent of principals surveyed say they weren't able to fill all positions with fully certified teachers who met job qualifications.

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