It’s no secret that interviews aren’t always the most effective way to evaluate candidates. “Anybody can say anything in an interview,” said Sherry Christian, coordinator of human resources at Niagara Catholic District School Board in Ontario.
Education leaders’ primary responsibility during appraisals is to improve instructional quality between classrooms across a school system to affect student learning. Yet with state and federal requirements in constant flux ...
Filling teacher vacancies with quality substitutes is key to advancing student achievement, but ensuring those substitutes are prepared to effectively lead their classrooms is a process that begins well before those vacancies arise.
Melva Cárdenas, a PeopleAdmin strategic education advisor, shares how strategic onboarding processes that include cross-departmental collaboration and role-specific training help improve employee readiness, engagement and retention.
Absence management technology helps place quality teachers in every classroom, every day. Learn how leading districts use SmartFind Express – the automated absence management solution from PeopleAdmin – to ensure instructional continuity and support student achievement.
To fulfill their role in advancing student achievement, K-12 talent management teams must effectively attract, identify, support and develop teachers from the time they apply, until they complete exit interviews. Here are three ways technology can support that goal.
New research suggests that typical subjective measures such as unstructured interviews, resumes and cover letters don’t reveal the most important factors in predicting candidates’ future success — and there’s a better way.