Increased Compensation: State and District Efforts to Stabilize and Strengthen the Educator Workforce
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About This Video
Teachers are more likely to enter and stay in the education profession when salaries and other compensation are competitive.
In this session, you will hear from national experts and local practitioners about efforts across the country to reform teacher compensation, including specific actions to make the teaching profession more attractive and to retain effective teachers. Panelists will also discuss how the federal education funds (e.g., Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security [CARES] Act, Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations [CRRSA] Act in 2020, American Rescue Plan [ARP]) can be used strategically to stabilize and strengthen the educator workforce.
- Dr. Ellen Sherratt, Board President, Teacher Salary Project
- Andrew Maxey, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Tuscaloosa City Schools
- Christopher Duncombe, Education Commission of the States
Combatting Shortages of Educators Serving Students With Disabilities
The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) and the CEEDAR Center have collaborated with national partners and practitioners to produce a 12-part webinar series focused on evidence-based strategies to strengthen and diversify the special education workforce.
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