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Teachers around the world are facing similar hurdles—and AI, too

In a global McGraw-Hill poll, more than half of educators said that issues at home, insufficient family support and other external influences are the "largest obstacles to student success."

Superintendent turnover: Lots of new hires, just a few departures

Several superintendents are relocating this week as steady turnover continues from coast to coast with several first-timers and retirements.

6 ways to make every week Teacher Appreciation Week

As the end of the school year approaches, many teachers are already thinking about next fall. While some are planning new lessons, others are considering whether they want to return to the classroom at all

‘Talking Out of School’ podcast: Fixing shortages and academics at the same time

Recruiting more aspiring educators of color will not only fill teacher vacancies but also propel student achievement and improve school climate, says this week's podcast guest, Javaid Siddiqi, the president and CEO of The Hunt Institute.

Superintendent turnover: Dozens of new hires and 6 departures

A handful of district leaders found new homes while school boards hired first-time superintendents at a rapid clip and a few systems are suddenly looking for replacements.

Superintendent search surveys: Let’s look at the big questions

Ever wonder what superintendent search surveys are asking school communities in the districts where your fellow leaders have been hired?

‘Talking Out of School’ podcast: Teachers need ‘professional authority’

Teachers quit the classroom when they lack control, choice and collaboration, says Becky Pringle, president of the NEA teachers union.

Districts remain busy hiring new superintendents

Another big city district has promoted from within to fill its superintendent's post. Sacramento City Unified School District in California just elevated Deputy Superintendent Lisa Allen to its top spot after she served as the interim since July 2023.

Here is the most overlooked reason for teacher burnout

Change fatigue is a form of mental and emotional exhaustion that is caused when too much change takes place in an organization or when significant change follows immediately on earlier change.

Big district gets new leader as busy hiring season continues

Broward County Public Schools' superintendent resigned suddenly last week but there won't be a national search to replace him.

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