Benjamin Yount, Metro Networks
MOLINE, IL -(EFFINGHAM RADIO)- School leaders in some of Illinois’ border communities hope a new state law can help fill their classrooms.
Governor Rauner last week signed a law to let teachers with licenses in Iowa, Missouri, Kentucky, Indiana, or Wisconsin teach in Illinois schools.
Moline Assistant Superintendent Todd DeTaeye yesterday said he hopes to be able to expand his base for teachers and substitute teachers.
DeTaeye says the more potential teachers, the better.