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 ...
Equality Charter School’s dedication to serving high-needs students in the Bronx, New York, often brings unique challenges for teachers and leadership.
We all love data, and we all have so much of it! But huge volumes of data about students, faculty and staff can make it difficult for educational leaders to use data to guide decision-making that empowers positive change and supports district outcomes.
Download the guide to learn how using Google Docs for performance management can lead to poor results, and hear which solution has helped six districts facilitate effective performance management.
One Saturday when Chris Tatum, director of secondary personnel at Amarillo ISD, was 496 miles from his district, he found the perfect opportunity to complete nine candidate interviews.
TalentEd Chief Research Officer Nick Montgomery explains why the research behind many assessments cause them to fall short, and what it takes to predict the effectiveness of teacher candidates.
If a software vendor doesn’t provide quality customer support, their solutions quickly become a source of frustration, as Framingham Public Schools (FPS) can attest.