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Addressing the Substitute Teacher Shortage

September 19th, 2018

LinkedinTwitterFacebookemailPrintAccording to the AASA, The School Superintendents Association, “the shortage of substitute teachers, both in quantity and quality, across the country has never been more severe.”1 In New York State, Niagara Falls Superintendent Mark Laurrie said, “I’ve never seen a substitute shortage in my 35 years in education look like this—ever.”2 Many school districts across […]

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Alleviate Teacher Stress This School Year

August 24th, 2018

LinkedinTwitterFacebookemailPrintYour Teachers are More Stressed Than Ever Before: How Can You Help Them This School Year? There are a critical number of people who rely on teachers. Students depend on them to teach educational and life lessons, parents depend on them to guide their child’s academic experience and serve as a lifeline between their child […]

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Keep Your Top Teachers: Simple Strategies for School Districts to Retain their Best and Brightest

October 6th, 2017

LinkedinTwitterFacebookemailPrintConsider these statistics from the article “Revolving Door Of Teachers Costs Schools Billions Every Year” featured on NPR.org1 in 2015: Each year there are thousands of teachers who begin their career. Over the next five years, nearly half will transfer to a new school or leave teaching altogether. Richard Ingersoll, who has studied retention in […]

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Top Ten Talent Acquisition Best Practices for School Districts

September 29th, 2017

LinkedinTwitterFacebookemailPrintTo Compete for The Best and Brightest Teachers, School Districts Must Take a Critical Look at Their Talent Acquisition Efforts In general, many school districts are behind the eight-ball compared to other business sectors in the United States when it comes to effectively recruiting and retaining the best and brightest talent. In 2016, the Center […]

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