School districts across Central Florida continue to face a shortage of teachers, and as the population booms, the need is only getting greater.
Some local districts are now looking for ways to stand out as they often compete over the same small pool of candidates. In Volusia County, that could mean providing them with an affordable place to live.
Filling the vacancies is even more challenging for schools in low-income zip codes, like 32114 in Daytona Beach.
Brandon Wingfield teaches physical education at Turie T. Small Elementary, a Title I school in 32114. According to census data, more than half of children who live in
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