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5 Principles for Decision-Making Using K-12 Talent Data
In recent years, districts and states have made great strides in both the implementation of K-12 data tracking systems and more strategic approaches to human capital management (the support of educators and other key personnel).
Talk Data to Me: Did COVID Increase the Education Hiring Pool?
Just how is the pandemic impacting hiring in schools? In previous Talk Data to Me posts (here and here), we explored the effect COVID has had on the number of people applying for jobs in education.Continue Reading
School HR & Employment: Legal Considerations for 2021
COVID-19 imposes extraordinary and unforeseen challenges in schools nationwide. These demands are not limited to the classroom – human resource professionals and other administrators are forced to address unique employment circumstances, and even new law, while schools work hard to implement educational services in a new and changing medium.
How to Engage and Motivate Teachers & Staff During COVID-19
In this article, two colleagues — one with an HR background, one from the world of professional development — consider how to motivate and engage employees through two different lenses.Continue Reading
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Talk Data to Me: Absence Management During COVID-19
In the last installment of Talk Data to Me, we looked at how COVID-19 has significantly impacted K-12 hiring. Below, we will again leverage data from the Frontline Research & Learning Institute, this time to show how COVID-19 has impacted teacher absences.Continue Reading
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9 HR New Year’s Resolutions to Make 2020 Your District’s Best Year Yet
In a school district, “New Year’s resolution” is bit of a misnomer. With the school year in full swing, any resolutions for the new calendar year are really “mid-year’s resolutions.” So if you’re someone who doesn’t love New Year’s resolutions, you’re in luck. Because they’re not really New Year’s resolutions at all. With these mid-year’s resolutions, you get the best of both worlds: the opportunity to reset so that you can finish the school year strong and the opportunity to make the new year different from the start so that by the time September 2020 rolls around, you’ve already made progress toward your goals.Continue Reading
6 Ways to Weather the Labor Market Storm
Corvallis School District in Oregon faced a problem that is almost certainly familiar to you: a changing labor market. District face tough competition for a limited number of teaching candidates, as well as a younger workforce with changing priorities.Continue Reading
Human Capital Management
Alohomora: Unlocking Success for Teachers (and Students)
Unfortunately, there is no magic spell to guarantee a school’s success. Even in J.K. Rowling’s fictional world, Hogwarts experienced a plethora of challenges.Continue Reading
Scary Stories to Read in the Office
Spooky things can happen in the office. Your stapler mysteriously disappears into the ether, your lunch vanishes from the fridge — and your colleagues swear it wasn’t them. Or maybe the lights in the old building flicker on and off, on and off — mostly when you’re working alone at night. Needless to say, these ghostly hauntings can be even scarier than a full inbox after a week-long vacation. And in the spirit of the season, we’ve compiled three chilling tales of terror. Read on — at your own peril.Continue Reading
(VIDEO) Explain It Like I’m 9: Low Substitute Fill Rates? Your Substitute Teachers Might Not Be Accepting Jobs.
Ah, new beginnings… Welcome to the first episode in a new series from Frontline Education: “Explain It Like I’m 9.” In each episode, our elementary and middle school-aged experts will take a quick look at a data point that impacts school leaders. Then, they’ll examine what it can tell us, and offer some takeaways or questions for reflection.Continue Reading
Change You Can Count On: Change Management in K-12
Education is constantly changing, giving us new opportunities to discover, create and adapt. That goes for all of us: the teachers referring to real world situations and current events to deepen student learning, the Curriculum & Instruction specialists seeking ways to further uphold and implement best practices in evaluations and professional learning, and the administrators who must prepare for and comply with new regulations and expectations.Continue Reading