K-12 talent management trends revealed

Hundreds of K-12 education experts share their experiences and insights

Download your copy of the TalentIndex to learn about the most impactful K-12 talent management trends, benchmarks and challenges, including:

  • Teacher job postings increased by 14% from 2016 to 2017 while teacher applicant volume decreased by 6%.
  • Teacher shortages are more likely in towns than suburbs.
  • 28% of school districts say it’s difficult to report on and analyze administrative data.
  • Technology helped decrease duplication of work during onboarding by 88% last school year.

These and dozens of other data points are available in the report and useful to K-12 leaders and HR professionals who are interested in:

  • Improving candidate sourcing strategies.
  • Discovering what K-12 leaders look for when recruiting teachers.
  • Benchmarking district performance.
  • Identifying the biggest barriers to success.
  • And more…

Fill out the form to download your free copy of the K-12 TalentIndex.

TalentIndex Report

“It’s nice to have some information that’s comparative as we look to technology to become more efficient and try to find ways to keep class sizes small. TalentIndex data offers unique and useful information to help us make decisions moving forward.”

Renee Hyde, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, Papillion La Vista Community Schools, Nebraska

“Sharing [the TalentIndex] with those I work closely with would serve to educate them on the importance of the HR office, the need to recalibrate as a district, and to adjust our practices so that we can maintain an edge on other districts throughout the hiring process.”

Randy D. Davis, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources, Community High School District 155, Illinois