The employment of the 140 instructors will be handled by a contracting organization.
A school board in Florida is planning to bring in more than a dozen instructors who are originally from South America.
The Osceola County School Board reportedly reached an agreement on Tuesday to hire a large number of foreign instructors to fill the hole left by a shortage of teachers in the local community. This was reported by the local media.
The decision to hire 140 professors from South America was approved by the board of directors all at once.