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Policy Solutions to Address Educator Shortage

 

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Learn how to address the educator shortage by developing an interstate compact agreement, providing support for the Praxis and State Content Exams, supporting credential flexibilities, developing a supply and demand data collection system, teacher compensation options, and more.

Featuring: 

  • Laurie VanderPloeg, Council for Exceptional Children
  • Susan Adams, ASHA- Interstate Compact
  • Keith Buckhout, Council of State Governments- Interstate Compacts  
  • Shawna Rader Kelly, MT Office of Public Instruction- practitioner spotlight
  • Shannon Holston, National Center for Teacher Quality- Praxis and State Content Exams
  • Kevin Rubenstein, Assistant Superintendent of Student Services, Elmhurst Community Unit, Illinois
  • Dr. Rebecca Estes, Senior Director of Educator Talent
  • Scott Bogan, Director of Higher Education and Educator Preparation Programs
  • Risa Regnier, Director of Educator Licensing
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