New Approaches to Address Teacher Shortages

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Date & Time: Wednesday, June 7 at 2 pm ET

Some 45% of public schools reported at least one teaching vacancy in 2022, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, and this trend is only forecast to continue. To address these widespread teacher shortages, many district leaders are using new ways to find high-quality, certified teachers to provide engaging and effective instruction.

Attend this webinar to learn more about these challenges, why many solutions to fill teacher vacancies are insufficient, how the Marlboro County School District (S.C.) is addressing teacher shortages, and some strategies that can help to meet these critical staffing needs in any district.

Topics include:

• Why many solutions to teacher vacancies are ineffective
• How quality teachers, impactful curricula and technology work together to create engaging LIVE classrooms
• The role that technology, PD and ongoing support can play in teacher retention
• How to utilize paraprofessionals more effectively to support instruction


Kim Kays Director of Academic Product, Elevate K-12

Kakela O’Banner Robinson, Chief of Staff, Marlboro County School District (S.C.)

Jenn Russart, V.P. of Growth, Elevate K-12

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