Talent Management in the Age of Teacher Shortage

When teacher shortages have reached crisis levels in many parts of the country, talent management is more important than ever for our education system to maintain and grow an effective, diverse workforce. A former state chief, a current district administrator, and a researcher share their expertise on: unintended impacts of common hiring practices like seeking “cultural fit,” successes and pitfalls of performance-based compensation, and new data showing trends in educator evaluation over the past five years.

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Candice McQueen

National Institute for Excellence in Teaching

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Rick Rodriguez

Lubbock Independent School District

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Sarah Silverman

Whiteboard Advisors

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Madeline Will

Education Week