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  • VIDEO: International Teachers in South Carolina

    International teachers have helped fill gaps in South Carolina's classrooms for years, especially in rural districts that struggle to recruit and retain quality teachers. Lexington 3, hired three international teachers for the first time this year, two of them at Batesburg-Leesville High. Mimi Dabajo, from the Philippines, and Rayon Grant, from Jamaica, are in the science department.

International teachers have helped fill gaps in South Carolina's classrooms for years, especially in rural districts that struggle to recruit and retain quality teachers. Lexington 3, hired three international teachers for the first time this year, two of them at Batesburg-Leesville High. Mimi Dabajo, from the Philippines, and Rayon Grant, from Jamaica, are in the science department.
International teachers have helped fill gaps in South Carolina's classrooms for years, especially in rural districts that struggle to recruit and retain quality teachers. Lexington 3, hired three international teachers for the first time this year, two of them at Batesburg-Leesville High. Mimi Dabajo, from the Philippines, and Rayon Grant, from Jamaica, are in the science department.
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With too few teachers, SC schools look overseas to fill classrooms

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