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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.
How to Disaster-Proof Your School District Business Office
What does business continuity have to do with education? School districts have learned from experience how to manage crises. They are skilled at notifying students, parents, and other stakeholders in the community. Safety protocols have expanded far beyond fire drills into lockdown and active shooter drills.Continue Reading
What You’re Grateful for in 2020
Over the past few months, administrators and educators in K-12 shared what has kept them going in one of the most challenging years for education. A few themes emerged, but it all comes back to people: from students to custodians, from principals to speech pathologists, and everyone in between.
Talk Data to Me: Does Using a Mobile App Impact Substitute Fill Rates?
A recent Talk Data to Me blog explored the importance of substitute teacher engagement in maximizing your organization’s absence fill rate. But what about the way substitutes accept jobs in your district? Can that impact fill rates as well?Continue Reading
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Q&A: Legal Issues When Schools Reopen
How can schools avoid legal exposure during the COVID-19 pandemic? In August, School Law practitioner John B. Comegno II, Esq. presented a webinar on schools' legal considerations as they set about reopening. Here, John responds to audience questions about that topic.Continue Reading
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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
Time & Attendance
Why You Need to Care About Time Collection (and How Doing It Right Can Boost Safety and Efficiency)Continue Reading
Teacher Absences & Subs
Talk Data to Me: Reasons for Teacher Absences in 2020
Previously on Talk Data to Me, we examined COVID-19’s impact on teacher absences throughout the spring. Between March and the end of the school year, most school districts across the country had migrated to virtual learning models, and during that time the number of absences requiring a substitute plummeted. So far during the 2020-21 school year, some districts have chosen to fully reopen, some are continuing with virtual learning, and others are operating somewhere in between, with a hybrid model.Continue Reading
Recruiting & Hiring
Talk Data to Me: Good News for K-12 Recruiting and Hiring
Previously on Talk Data to Me, we used data from the Frontline Research & Learning Institute to explore how COVID-19 has impacted K-12 hiring. In short, though January and February of this year looked almost identical to the same months in 2019 and 2018, the data quickly and markedly departed from the previous years immediately following the president’s March 13 National Emergency declaration.Continue Reading
Talk Data to Me: Why Substitute Engagement Matters More Than Ever This Year
Students may still be out for the summer in many parts of the US, but administrators and school officials are hard at work, planning for the start of a school year for which few feel ready. Though the list of COVID-related apprehensions is long, a potentially unprecedented number of teacher absences is near the top.Continue Reading
Human Capital Management
With more than half of teachers leaving the profession in their first five years and a diminishing supply of teachers entering the profession at all, education leaders across the US are forced to focus not only on recruitment but also on retention.Continue Reading