California employs around 315,802 teachers to educate its 6.2 million students in over 1,037 school districts (Source: California Department of Education, CalEdFacts).
While all the subjects taught in the public schools are important, there is a greater shortage of teachers in math, science, special education, bilingual education, and career technical education. Some geographical areas like rural and urban areas have unique staffing challenges. Those school districts need teachers.
DataQuest provides projected teacher hires. (Select the level – "state, county, school district" – and "projected teacher hires" within the "subject field" and the estimated number of teacher hires, by subject, will appear.)