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Offering competitive salaries or developing a variety of income opportunities for instructional and noninstructional employees and job seekers sends a clear message: You’re valued, needed and essential to our district’s success, says DA HR columnist Carol Patton.
School districts apply different approaches to professional development and support educators to encourage excellence and retention, says Carol Patton, DA HR Matters columnist.
Like many employers, Great Falls Public Schools in Montana was confronted by soaring health care costs for its 1,900 employees serving students in preschool through high school. So last year, […]
Twice a month, board of director members for Topeka Public Schools in Kansas spend the first 20 minutes of their board meetings celebrating the district’s diverse culture and employee accomplishments. […]
Every month, Tiffany Anderson, superintendent at Topeka Public Schools in Kansas, emails the district’s 3,000 teachers and staff, asking whether anyone needs time off for either professional development or something […]