Learn how an easy-to-access, seamlessly integrated HR system helps Equality Charter School in New York City remove obstacles from their teachers’ lives so teachers can focus on student achievement.
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If you’ve ever spent a vacation monitoring work emails on your phone, you know just how easy it is to let technology destroy a healthy work-life balance. But when used correctly, talent management technology can actually free you to relax, spend more time with your family and pursue personal interests.
Melva Cárdenas, strategic education advisor at PeopleAdmin and former teacher, principal and HR executive director, offers simple techniques and time-saving tools to help you achieve the work-life balance you deserve.
Louisiana district redesigns recruiting, hiring, recordkeeping, and contract renewal processes to improve efficiency, accountability, and communication
West Baton Rouge Parish Schools (WBR) is a relatively small district of 10 schools, which means they have the same talent management needs of all K-12 schools and districts — recruiting top educators, screening, interviewing, onboarding, managing employees, etc. — without a lot of manpower.
Hiring quality teachers empowers student success, and Niagara Catholic knows how to identify the best
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.
In this issue: Success story: Amarillo ISD; How Hays CISD attracts talent on a tight budget; Solutions are key to overcoming budget restrictions and more.
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.
Tricia Griffith, staffing coordinator at Hays Consolidated Independent School District, jokes that budget restrictions have her district “competing with fast food” for top talent. Watch the video to learn how Hays CISD overcomes this challenge by efficiently and inexpensively attracting and hiring talent.
Due to budget cuts, Barbara Burke, HR director at West Baton Rouge Parish School District, works on an HR team with only one other staff member … and her situation isn’t unique. Learn how she and four other district leaders use technology to avoid duplicate work and keep costs low.
Whether for their commitment to students or unconventional teaching tactics, these fictional educators have our hearts. Can you identify all 10?