(Cleveland) -- The passage of last year's Cleveland school levy is allowing the district to put more teachers in classrooms.
District CEO Eric Gordon says dozens of potential teachers are being screened Monday, with as many as 150 jobs available because of a sudden surge in enrollment and teacher retirements.
Gordon says applications for new math and science teachers, school psychologists and intervention specialists are being taken online.
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