Jordan District allocates $500 for each teacher for more safety supplies | #ESC_LLC #School #Teachers #Safety | It’s not surprising that many teachers returning to Utah public schools this fall took the initiative to make acrylic barriers for tables or desks in their classrooms or purchased other personal protective equipment or cleaning supplies.
Many of them paid for the supplies out of their own pockets, something that didn’t sit well with the Jordan Board of Education.
“We’re not comfortable with that. We’re going to take care of our teachers,” said board President Bryce Dunford.
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