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.
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Learn how a data-based teacher candidate assessment tool helps principals make informed hiring decisions and place a quality educator in every classroom at Amarillo ISD. Featuring Chris Tatum, director of secondary personnel.
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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.
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 ...
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.
West Baton Rouge Parish Schools is a relatively small district, 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.
Building quality assessments can be challenging due to the variety of factors involved in the process. And, because assessments are essential in so many student-focused decisions, it’s important to get them right.
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.