How to solve the teacher shortage remotely

Getting There: Innovations in Education
Getting There: Innovations in Education
How to solve the teacher shortage remotely
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In this week´s episode of Getting There: Innovations in Education, hosted by Kevin Hogan:

  • Schools amplify inequity with failed solutions to teacher shortages
  • Transforming summer school with high-dosage tutoring
  • How staff absences impact educator burnout

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Is the education system working?

PISA, the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment, measures 15-year-olds’ ability to use their reading, mathematics, and science knowledge and skills to meet real-life challenges. Its league table of results suggests which of the 90 participating countries have been able to improve their education system and student performance.

5 ways to support students’ access to diverse books

Access to diverse texts positively impacts children as readers and as people. Having access to diverse texts helps children expand their vocabularies, deepens their understanding of language, provides opportunities for problem-solving, provides critical affirming experiences to students’ lives, and presents opportunities for students to learn about people with different lived experiences.

How to fund your CTE program

Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs provide students with relevant tools and skills that set them up for success in life and their careers, including those not typically part of traditional academic programs.

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Web filtering is undoubtedly an essential when it comes to school cybersecurity. However, when the service is not set up correctly or a number of blocked categories is way too high, it starts to annoy both staff, and kids.

5 ways to prepare and teach online classes

Online tutoring is becoming more accepted for people every day. With the coronavirus pandemic still affecting the world, there’s never been a better time to work remotely.