R12CC's Executive Leadership Forum brings together district leaders for conversation and collaboration regarding how best to address the challenges posed by the ever-shifting education landscape.
by Karen Baptiste Superintendent turnover is a complex phenomenon that is not easily addressed or discussed widely. Perhaps because teacher turnover rates continue to rise exponentially, it can be a feasible explanation as to why superintendent turnover has not received as much attention. This lack of attention has yielded data gaps about the percentage of
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Work during our fourth project year continues to focus on providing high-quality technical assistance, building collaborative relationships, and supporting educational agencies to make systemic changes. View these project highlights to learn more about our work: Download the PDF
by Karen Baptiste Chronic absenteeism is on the rise across school districts in the United States, and schools are struggling to find tangible solutions to reverse this trend. According to a recent NPR report, research by Attendance Works found that prior to the pandemic 8 million students in the United States were considered chronically
Across the United States, vacancies in the educator workforce have drastically increased, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.1 Leading up to the 2021–22 school year, Colorado schools sought to fill 5,729 teaching positions, representing 10.33% of all teaching positions in the state. Of those openings, 1,568 (27.37%) remained unfilled or