Tag Archives: Teacher Shortage

Meaningful Change Can Happen Quickly!

If you are afraid to fail, you won’t succeed. Honored to work with my colleagues @UKCollegeofEd 🚀💙🔝#results #InnovationZone #educationalleadership #educationinsights #education Here are the results from our first three years of work at the University of Kentucky College of Education. Some say meaningful change cannot happen quickly, but I believe our faculty, students and alumni are showing that it can

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Tom Ficklin Show: Where Have All The Teachers Gone?

Today was a good day for public education. The University of Kentucky School of Education Dean, a New York Director of The Art of Teaching, a Central Connecticut State University Professor of Literacy, Elementary, and Early Childhood Education, were given a full hour to critically discuss the nation’s teacher shortage. These education leaders shared their concerns, hopes, and solutions. After

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Podcast: Teacher shortages? with special guest Dr. Pia Wong

The New York Times recently reported, Across the country, districts are struggling with shortages of teachers, particularly in math, science and special education — a result of the layoffs of the recession years combined with an improving economy in which fewer people are training to be teachers. This morning, the Diane Rehm show Teacher Shortages Across The U.S. also addressed the impending

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