Still Time to Turn Around Teacher Shortage While Conditions Are ‘Bending But Not Yet Broken,’ Conference Panel Reports
Strategies for teacher recruitment and retention, a growing concern among school leaders across the nation, were discussed in a Saturday session at the National Conference on Education in San Antonio. Sy Doan, associate policy researcher at RAND Corp. in Santa Monica, Calif., was accompanied by Alena Zachery-Ross, superintendent of Ypsilanti Community Schools in Michigan. The […]
[Video] Teacher Recruitment and Retention (2:32)
In this session, a Michigan superintendent offered attendees advice on providing a quality teacher workforce that improves the educational opportunities for all students. This story was produced by Silas Bryant at the 2023 AASA Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Read more.
[Video] Next Education Workforce: How Team Based Staffing Models Can Support Equity and Improve Learning (3:46)
Carole Basile, education school dean, Arizona State University, presented this workshop to discuss her groundbreaking work in building the Next Education Workforce at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. This story was produced by Michael Ellson at the 2023 AASA Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Read about Wednesday’s pre-conference workshop.
Next Education Workforce, in Pre-Conference Workshop, Shares Its Model for Teaming Staff to Improve Classroom Environment, Student Learning
About 20 people attended a pre-conference workshop at AASA’s National Conference on Education Wednesday about the Next Education Workforce, a program that reimagines the design of the classroom model, leading to improved teacher retention, learning outcomes and attention to all children. “You cannot hand somebody 25 … or 180 children and think they can be […]