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National Educator Shortage Summit

National Educator Shortage Summit

Monday, February 7, 2022 to Tuesday, February 8, 2022
Event Sold Out

Event Details

The National Educator Shortage Summit is Sold Out. 

Due to capacity limitations we are not able to take any additional registrations at this time. Please contact the AASPA office at 913-327-1222 to be placed on a waiting list. 

The National Educator Shortage Summit is an interactive event that convenes focused groups of PK-12 and higher education stakeholders to address the challenges of the national shortage of educators and the educator pipeline to share ways to replicate practices via a national strategy. Central to this conversation will be the use of data and collaboration in sharing promising practices. Above all we hope this Summit will start comprehensive conversations among these groups in the education community and serve as a place where they can pool different perspectives.

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Gaylord Palms

6000 West Osceola Parkway

Kissimmee, FL 34746

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Book your hotel room using the link above or if you prefer, call Marriott reservations at 407-586-2000 to reserve your room. Be sure to mention the American Association of School Personnel Admininstrators to receive the group rate of $179 per night plus a $30 per night resort fee.

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For More Information:

Sandy Wachter, CMP
Sandy Wachter, CMP
Director of Meetings & Events AASPA (913)327-1222

Your agenda will include:

  • Interactive discussions about barriers, challenges, successes and recruitment and retention strategies
  • Presentations from national data collectors and strategists 
  • Recruitment and retention discussions
  • Action planning for solutions

Who is invited:

  • PK-12 Administrators
  • Higher Education Representatives
  • Agency/Department of Education Representatives
  • TTeachers/Other Educators (e.g., specialized instructional support professionals like school psychologists, speech and language therapists, nurses, paraprofessionals)