In most K-12 districts, performance evaluations either provide powerful feedback and coaching that improve teacher effectiveness and job satisfaction, or add to the list of documentation-heavy administrative burdens. Framingham Public Schools (FPS) is transitioning from the latter to the former.
To ensure Niagara Catholic schools consistently hire the best teachers, the school board recently implemented Teacher EPI® — that helps leaders identify top teacher candidates based on qualifications, teaching skills, cognitive ability and attitudinal factors.
As the end of the school year nears, the struggle to fill open positions before the next academic year is top of mind in many administrative offices. At Amarillo Independent School District (AISD) — leaders also emphasize the need to fill each position with a great educator, and they’re using first-of-its-kind technology to help them do it.
For many schools and districts, talent management processes — recruiting, new hire onboarding, records management, performance reviews — don’t change for years or even decades … until something goes wrong.
PeopleAdmin’s solutions are designed to offer the functionality K-12 schools and districts need to overcome talent management challenges, and built with dozens of customization options so each individual school or district can meet its unique needs.
When House Bill 2186 passed in Oregon, leaders at Willamette Leadership Academy (WLA), a public charter school that uses a military structure for behavior management, needed an automated performance evaluation solution to help them meet the new performance evaluation requirements … and they knew exactly where to look.
ou might say Folsom Cordova Unified School District (USD) is a “typical” medium-large district whose students have achieved “atypical” results: outperforming other California students in the state’s Smarter Balanced tests, part of the new California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress.
Pasadena Independent School District (ISD) spent 2015 unlike many other U.S. schools — rather than struggling to attract teachers, the large suburban district outside of Houston, Texas, attracted more job applicants than ever and earned recognition from the Houston Chronicle as one of the “Top 150 Workplaces.”
Des Plaines Community Consolidated School District 62 is advancing its academic mission through technology and transforming the way students and staff learn and grow. What’s more, they’re doing it so effectively that others are taking notice.
The staff at Prosper Independent School District (ISD) understands that the key to an effective performance evaluation is communication. So they knew it was time for a change when they realized their performance evaluation software was actually inhibiting crucial conversations between principals and teachers.
At Harford County Public Schools (HCPS) in Maryland, district leaders expect ongoing improvement and growth from their staff, teachers, students … and even their talent management solutions. That’s why the 54-school district has used PeopleAdmin’s TalentTrack applicant tracking solution (ATS) for 10 years.
At Del Mar Union School District in San Diego, intense competition for increasingly fewer candidates made it difficult for them — like so many other districts in California — to attract and retain qualified educators.
Steeped in history and tradition, St. Clair County – one of the oldest counties in Alabama – is also a progressive and growing community. So it’s no surprise that the St. Clair County School District continually seeks to prepare its students for a modern world by adapting and improving upon its education practices — including its HR recordkeeping processes.
All things considered, what’s most important to school leaders at Burlington Community School District (BCSD) is making a positive impact in the classroom. “That’s what it’s all about,” said Jeremy Tabor, SPHR, director of human resources at BCSD, located in Burlington, Iowa.
As a large district in one of the most poorly funded states in the U.S., Arizona’s Paradise Valley Unified School District (USD) struggled to attract quality teachers when competing against higher-paying positions in nearby states.