AAEE Webinar Series

Continue your professional development and join the AAEE community for one of our upcoming webinars.

Interested in presenting?
Contact Daphne Donaldson at DDonaldson@ebrschools.org or Sara Russell at marketing@aaee.org.


A Coming Crisis in Teaching? Teacher Supply, Demand, and Shortages in the U.S.

Presented by Leib Sutcher of The Learning Policy Institute 
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 2p ET


Across the nation, critical teacher shortages are causing districts to scramble to find qualified teachers in math, science, special education, bilingual education, and other fields--with the most severe shortages in the highest need schools. At the same time, demand is growing for teachers who teach in more complex ways to an increasingly diverse student population. This presentation will present new data on the extent and nature of current teacher shortages. It will launch a conversation on the most effective ways to create a strong profession that attracts and retains a talented and diverse teaching force in every school and for all communities. 

Upon completion of this webinar, participants will take away:

(1) The teacher shortage is national in scope, but varies by location and subject area. 

(2) Teacher attrition is one of the biggest drivers of shortages. 

(3) There are no silver bullets, but an evidence-based and coordinated effort can help solve teacher shortages and establish a strong and stable workforce in the U.S. 

 Sutcher is a Research Associate at the Learning Policy Institute. Some of his current work focuses on the teacher labor market, including recruitment and retention, the inequitable distribution of unqualified and inexperienced educators, and teacher shortages. He is co-author of the Institute’s January 2015 report, Addressing California’s Emerging Teacher Shortage, and a report on the national teacher shortage, A Coming Crisis in Teaching? Teacher Supply, Demand, and Shortages in the U.S. Before his time at LPI, Sutcher ran his own science classroom in a summer school program for Oakland public school students and has designed curricula related to education policy, pedagogy and the American Civil Rights movement in partnership with Berkeley High School. 

School Systems: “Student Loan Solutions: Helping you recruit and retain employees”

Presented by Jim Yale of Horace Mann
January 16, 2018, at 2pm ET

Jim Yale is Vice President of Association Relations for The Horace Mann Companies. 

Universities: “Student Loan Solutions: Helping you prepare students”

Presented by Jim Yale of Horace Mann
January 18, 2018, at 2pm ET

Jim Yale is Vice President of Association Relations for The Horace Mann Companies.

Are you our next presenter?
Suggest your webinar to
Daphne at ddonaldson@ebrschools.org
or Sara at marketing@aaee.org.


Past Webinars

2016-17 Webinar Series
Webinars #1 and #2 are available to everyone. All additional webinars are available to members and paid attendees - join today for unlimited access!
 #7 Messages that Motivate: Compelling First Year Students to take the Career Journey Dr. John Rindy
Slippery Rock University 
Wed., August 16, 2017
 #6 Maximizing the Powerful Effects of Body Language Dr. Tammy Manko
MeaningfulLife, LLC
Thu., June 15, 2017
 #5 Preparing for a Teacher Demonstration Dr. Matthew Erickson and Dr. Ashlea Rineer-Hershey
Slippery Rock University
Wed., April 26, 2017
 #4 Tips for Teacher Fair Success- A Career Services Perspective Diana Maughan,
Utah State University
Mon., March 13, 2017
 #3 Research and Reading Letters of Reference Dr. Richard Mason &
Dr. Mark Schroeder,
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Tue., February 21, 2017
 #2 Engage, Empower, and Evolve: A Guide to Project-Based Learning Allison Brown-Lands,
East Baton Rouge Parish School System
Thu., January 19, 2017
 #1  7 Recruitment Principles for Principals Trina Edwards,
DIVERSITY in Ed. Magazine
Thu., December 15, 2016

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