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2024 Job Search Handbook for Educators

​​​​AAEE’s Job Search Handbook for Educators is considered the premier resource "manual" for pre-service educators, recent graduates, and others interested in careers in the PK-12 field. Each edition contains dozens of helpful articles to inspire, encourage, and guide novice educators as they pursue their professional goals.

Regular sales of the 2024 edition (in both print and digital formats) ...

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What can be done to increase educator retention? To answer this question, I'll identify and resolve what is causing educators to leave the classroom.


As technology advances, it becomes more and more clear that artificial intelligence (AI) will play a significant role in the future of education. Educators around the world are beginning to use AI technology in their classrooms to improve student learning outcomes in a number of different ways. In this blog, we will discuss how educators can use AI to enhance teaching and learning.


Teaching is a noble profession that requires dedication, patience, and passion. If you aspire to become a teacher, the first step is to obtain a teaching license. A teaching license is a requirement for anyone who wants to teach in public schools in the United States. In this article, we’ll discuss the steps you need to take to get a teaching license.

Teacher hiring fairs have grown more competitive as the teacher shortage worsens. K-12
districts in states across the USA are leaving thousands of teaching positions vacant because there just aren’t enough teachers available. Creating a solid strategy for quick & efficient hiring at teacher hiring fairs is one element to filling those gaps.

In this post Proximity Learning details the findings and ramifications of the AAEE 2020-2021 Educator Supply & Demand Report. They conclude by discussing potential solutions, focused on leveraging technology in the classroom.

For several years now we’ve been hearing a lot about the teaching shortage spreading across the United States. In some respects the problem is just what it sounds like: By and large, U.S. schools are having a hard time staying staffed with qualified teachers. Underlying this issue, however, is a directly related problem that isn't discussed as often. The U.S. also has a shortage in teacher ...

Last but not least, I will be talking to you about our retention strategies. In terms of figuring out what we could do to help support and retain underrepresented students, we started by having some informal 1:1 interviews with students, met with focus groups, and surveyed classes to see how we can better support them. We wanted to learn what more we might do to help them feel supported so that ...

How else have we worked on recruitment? We have a recruitment and retention plan for underrepresented students for our CAEP accreditation that outlines our various initiatives. I have included below the ones specific to recruitment.

The first idea generated for recruitment from the literature review was to develop a dual enrollment program.