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Nine in ten New South Wales principals reported teacher shortages at their school in the past year and half said they had unfilled teaching positions, a new survey has revealed.
The State of Our Schools survey, released by the Australian Education Union today, surveyed 6,794 NSW public school principals and teachers in March and April.

It found more than half of principals were merging classes regularly due to ongoing teacher shortages and just 12% described their school as well resourced.

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