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Assigning elementary teachers to teach only their best subjects, also known as “teacher specialization,” holds a lot of appeal—but...

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This is the first of three blogs exploring the state of teacher shortages during the COVID-19 pandemic and evidence-based solutions for addressing...

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EDUCATORS for America Act We are excited to share that AASPA has signed on as a supporting organization of the EDUCATORS...

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The AASPA Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee is embarking on a series of book studies and invites all AASPA members to participate. Our...

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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – December 7, 2021 — “The educator shortage is not a new issue in the world of education,” says American...

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Developing the Leader within You by John Maxwell Book Review Brian Taylor, Executive Director of Human Resources, West Islip Union Free School...

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As we enter the month of November, pausing for reflection feels incredibly important. Without a doubt, the past two years have been a trying time...

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Using Instagram for Recruiting Recruiting and hiring top talent has long been a priority of many HR professionals. In today’s digital age,...

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COVID-19 has forced school systems to exercise organizational agility and implement new practices and changes at an accelerated speed and volume...

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By: Sydney Mattia, student at the University of Central Florida and HR Intern for Auburn-Washburn USD 437 My name is Sydney Mattia and I am a...

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When it comes to paying for college there are various ways to help you pay for college, such as grants, scholarships, savings, and federal student...

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