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Inclusion Starts in the Classroom, Not the Boardroom

Michael Jordan once said: “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.” He obviously knew the importance of building a good basketball team, just as many of us in the business world know the importance of building a good company team. ...




Program to grow teacher diversity in city schools

A new "grow your own" style program will help build a diverse workforce of Buffalo Public School teachers. SUNY Buffalo State and the Buffalo Public School District announced the launch the Urban Teacher Academy to be located at McKinley High School Monday at a news conference. ...




Celebrating diversity early in childhood classrooms

We spoke with Kelli DiDomenico of The Children’s Workshop, who shared the following important reasons and ideas for celebrating diversity early on in the classroom setting:
 
Early childhood educators work with children and families from all types of diverse backgrounds, multi-cultures, multi-races, and languages. ...




Teachers of color: Student diversity is up but not educators

Classrooms in California and Sacramento, in particular, are quite diverse ethnically and culturally, but does that diversity reflect among teacher populations?
 
As an African-American teacher, David Joiner is a rarity in education. Growing up in Louisiana, Joiner said he didn’t see many teachers who looked like him. ...




States Continue to Deal with Teacher Shortages

Schools across the nation are grappling with a shortage of teachers and it is forcing school districts to reassess the way they recruit and hire educators. These shortages are also forcing districts to examine ways to address high teacher attrition rates. ...




Evaluating Teachers with Classroom Observations: Lessons Learned in Four Districts

The federal government has spurred the creation of a new generation of teacher evaluation systems at the state level through more than $4 billion in Race to the Top funding to 19 states and No Child Left Behind (NCLB) accountability waivers to 43 states. ...




Special Education Teacher Interview Questions

Special education teacher interview questions and answer advice. These educators deal with many unique challenges on a daily basis. Candidates need to demonstrate in the job interview that they are specialists in their field.
 
You will be asked many general teacher interview questions but you will also have to handle interview questions that are specific to special education. ...




Reversing the Stigma

Two-hundred students and teachers are packed into a room at the 2016 SEMA Show. By the end of the evening, $750,000 has been donated to CTE programs across the country. The Collision Repair Education Foundation is closing out the event by honoring two select students—the best of the best, the future of the collision repair industry. ...




3 Big Problems in How Schools Hire Teachers — and What Research Says About How to Solve Them

Every year, 15 percent of teachers quit
, either switching schools or leaving the profession entirely, often to retire. That, in turn, means that each year, schools get a new slate of teachers to replace those who leave.

Often, though, the subsequent hiring process represents a missed opportunity for increasing the quality and diversity of the teaching staff. ...




Study Confirms Men Outnumber Women in Highest-Paying Jobs in Higher Education

PRESS RELEASE February 13, 2017 Contact Information: Missy Kline Content Manager – Communications and Marketing [email protected] 877-287-2474 Study Confirms Men Outnumber Women in Highest-Paying Jobs in Higher Education Women Occupy Less Than 30 Percent of Top Executive Posts When comparing the salaries and representation of men and women in executive positions in the nation’s colleges and universities over the past 15 years, men continue to hold more top posts than women and also take home more money. ...