Almost half of Americans surveyed in 2020 expressed interest in living in a town or rural area, up from 38%. Could this help our teacher shortages in rural America?
A new report on teacher wellbeing recommends school and district leaders work with teachers to design and implement wellness supports.
This workshop discusses the implications of the ARP Act of 2021 and includes featured examples of states' approaches to strategic planning and use of ESSER funds.
Colorado school systems interested in using ESSER funds and partnerships to strengthen teacher recruitment, preparation, and retention can access free, individualized analysis and planning support.
On April 20, 2021, the R12CC hosted a webinar titled “Strengthening the Educator Workforce Pipeline—Free Resources and Supports for Tackling Educator Shortages” in collaboration with the Colorado Department of Education. Education stakeholders from across Colorado were introduced to tools available to support their efforts to better understand and address educator shortages. The one-hour webinar offered
R12CC’s newest and second Colorado project—the Colorado Dropout Prevention Framework Update and Refresh Project—has formally launched. The Colorado Department of Education (CDE) developed the Colorado Dropout Prevention Framework in 2010 featuring methods and strategies to prevent school dropout and increase student re-engagement.1 While Colorado’s dropout rate is at its lowest (1.8%)2 point in a decade,