Lynne Ciocon, a special education teacher in Prince George’s County, might not have her job in August. And it’s not because of a poor evaluation, burnout or budget cuts.
The county school system sent letters to Ciocon and about 150 other foreign teachers — most of whom are from the Philippines — telling them that the district no longer plans to sponsor temporary work visas or permanent residency. It could mean that they will have to leave when their visas expire in coming months and that thousands of county students will have substitutes for the final stretch of the school year.Read full article >>
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