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Upcoming Events

    • 30 Jan 2020
    • 6:00 AM
    • 12 Jun 2020
    • 11:59 PM

    Want to reach thousands of new educators? 

    Purchase an ad or announcement in the 2021 AAEE Job Search Handbook for Educators that will be seen by 50,000+ individuals from colleges, universities, agencies, and school districts.

    Get even MORE exposure. The 2021 Job Search Handbook will be available in digital! 

    The AAEE Job Search Handbook for Educators is the go-to resource for university professionals and candidates seeking employment. Because new grads use the handbook as their “manual” throughout their job search, your advertisement will be viewed by thousands of individuals for years to come!    

    Artwork must be submitted press ready, in PDF format to by June 12, 2020. 


    To qualify for member pricing, AAEE membership must be maintained for 2020-2021. Otherwise, advertisements will be invoiced at the nonmember rate. • An advertisement may be submitted by an education-related consortia at the member rate if an AAEE member is an active member of the consortia. The AAEE office will review these requests on an individual basis. • Salary schedules may not be included in an advertisement; however salary ranges may be listed. • Advertising purchasers may request a complimentary copy of the handbook.

    *Space will need to be included for the handbook barcode which can impact design slightly for the Outside Back Cover.  

    • 26 Feb 2020
    • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • Zoom


    Demoralization as a Cause of Teacher Turnover

    Wednesday, February 26, 2020 @ 2PM CDT

    Presented by Doris Santoro, Education Department Professor & Chair at Bowdoin College in Maine

    • Are we too quick to call it "burnout" when a teacher leaves a district or her/his performance declines? Doris Santoro, Education Professor and Chair from Bowdoin College in Maine, has been studying the sources of teacher dissatisfaction and attrition for nearly 15 years and she believes demoralization may be the cause. Join Tim Neubert, AAEE Executive Director, as he speaks with Doris about her research and experience on this topic and why it's important we improve our understanding and appreciation for the reasons teachers leave their positions...or the profession altogether. 

    • Key Takeaways:

      1. Understand the risks of misdiagnosing "burnout"

      2. Recognize the moral and ethical challenges of teaching

      3. Improve support systems for "at-risk" teachers with better information

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