A talented educator workforce is an essential foundation for improving educational outcomes for students. As such, securing teachers at all levels of the educator pipeline (recruitment, preparation, and retention) is necessary for student success. Unfortunately, the United States educator workforce is experiencing shortages of crisis-level proportions, and these shortages
by Dale Lewis, Tameka Porter, and Katie Allen Welcome to the final blog post in our series on teacher wellbeing. Part one introduced our series, part two provided strategies for teachers and leaders to navigate the Stages of Concern to support teacher wellbeing, and part three explored the Levels of Use to strengthen wellbeing through
This WEEAC course provides participants with a deeper understanding of what equity means and how race, religion, gender, and national origin ties into the work of equity champions.
The U.S. Department of Education has released guidance to states that emphasizes flexibility around assessing student learning during the pandemic and allows waiver requests for accountability requirements.
In this article, the executive director of the Kansas Association of School Boards describes how the Kansans Can school redesign project has evolved and been impacted by the pandemic.
This resource from the Western Educational Equity Assistance Center provides an overview of the 2020 changes to Title IX sexual harassment regulations that educators need to know.