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This on-demand webconference series are designed to help academic leaders develop and execute a strategy for implementing a coherent system of continual faculty growth.
School and district leaders are facing many difficult choices in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, especially when trying to balance the needs of their students with the health of the greater community. Read this insight for four short-term strategies to support teachers in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many districts are concerned about teacher recruitment due to massive teacher shortages across the country. Discover a wide variety of ideas and accompanying tools to help districts inflect change at every stage of the teacher hiring process.
This report provides practices to increase recruitment and improve retention of classified employees at school districts.
Use the FOCUS feedback method to provide faculty with observations that are quick, clear, and actionable to improve their professional practice.
Faculty are the heart and soul of any school. But ad hoc processes and limited proactive recruitment mean that schools are potentially missing out on great teachers. We've identified 14 practices, across four areas, to help schools attract and hire top talent.
This report assesses the components of performance-based compensation systems used by six profiled school districts. Our researchers also identify important considerations for developing and operating these non-traditional compensation systems.
Strong leaders are key to navigating the increasing complexity of independent schools, keeping them sustainable, and adapting them into the future. This study on Developing Communities of Academic Leaders will help schools prepare a community of individuals that will lead schools in the future, as well as professionalize the career experience for all faculty to provide the leadership opportunities they desire.
Teachers and school staff need support now more than ever. Learn how to support their wellbeing with self-care strategies and formalized peer connections.
Offering robust induction programs that incorporate a range of services including mentorship can improve teacher retention rates. The report focuses on how to structure new teacher mentorship programs, how to select and train mentors, and how to manage mentors.