Solving The Educator Shortages By Building Bridges Between The Leadership And Staff

 


BY SHEREEN OCA BEILSTEIN, TOM WITHEE AND MEG BATES

It is well known that Illinois is facing educator shortages, and these shortages are inequitable. Districts that serve higher percentages of English-language learners, students with individualized education programs, students from low-income households, and students from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic populations are more likely to have shortages.

Finding solutions to these shortages requires understanding both educator and administrator views of what causes these vacancies. But what if these views conflict, rather than conver...



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