Are you grappling with educator shortages and turnover in your work or perhaps you would like to help those who are? Do you wonder whether variables such as teacher supply, working conditions, or school performance contribute to these challenges? Have you considered opportunities for partnerships and collaborations that could
R12CC continues to work with the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) to achieve a goal of supporting at least 50% of Missouri’s principals through the Missouri Leadership Development System (MLDS). Recent capacity building services have included facilitating monthly executive leadership forums for superintendents, conducting an exploration of hybrid learning formats, and developing
The Kansans Can Redesign initiative guides schools to focus on strategies that ensure students develop academic, civic, and social capacities needed to be successful in postsecondary education, the workforce, and in the community. To support the implementation and scaling of this initiative, R12CC assists Kansas leaders in the identification of effective leadership practices to manage change initiatives and builds capacity to measure and monitor
R12CC is supporting Colorado education stakeholders to utilize a customized geographic information system (GIS) map and related evidence on effective strategies to strengthen the educator workforce pipeline. Recent accomplishments include updates and enhancements to the GIS map and facilitation of stakeholder data analysis sessions for charter school leaders and Colorado education service agency representatives who
Voices from the Field spotlights stakeholders in Region 12 and their work to improve educational opportunities and outcomes. R12CC is privileged to collaborate with and share the insights of Paul Katnik, Assistant Commissioner, Office of Educator Quality at the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). What is the Missouri
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?