There are many ways to improve educator effectiveness — personalized learning, timely and meaningful feedback, targeted professional development, professional learning communities — and all play important roles in developing a teacher’s skill and expertise.
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Districts that rely on technically immature talent management processes report much higher levels of duplicate work
Only 23% of K-12 districts measure talent management performance, but better reporting and analytics could lead to significant benefits across education. View the infographic to learn more about the reporting struggle, and what education leaders plan to do about it.
Overall, 51 percent of districts say they’re facing a teacher shortage, but those numbers increase significantly in certain regions. View the infographic to learn which areas struggle most, and which methods have been successful at overcoming teacher shortages.
As the baby-boom generation departs the educational arena, there is a great need for a new generation of leaders to step in and grasp the reigns, becoming the leaders responsible for the overall performance of the system ...
Hiring quality candidates is key to districtwide success, but subjective evaluation practices prevent many districts from hiring the best.
Leaders at Hermiston School District (HSD) in Oregon know that in K-12 education, saving time isn’t a luxury — it’s key to student success.
Equality Charter School’s dedication to serving high-needs students in the Bronx, New York, often brings unique challenges for teachers and leadership.
Learn how Jefferson County Schools quickly and objectively identify potential leaders in their candidate pool.
While many K-12 leaders understand the value of data-driven decision-making, few have the time needed to compile mountains of data into an understandable format.