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EdRecruiter 2022: What Matters to K-12 Job Seekers and Educators Now

This event occurred on January 12, 2022 3:00 PM EST.
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It’s no secret that the pandemic has exacerbated pre-existing staffing challenges in K-12 districts across the nation. How to address them may not be as obvious.

In this webinar, we’ll share the results of Education Week’s most recent nationwide survey of K-12 job seekers and HR professionals on all things related to job satisfaction, recruitment and retention.

Here are just some of the things you’ll learn:

  • Which factors compel educators to stay at their current job or to look for a new one
  • How recruiters’ views on key benefits differ from those of job seekers
  • How COVID-related staffing shortages affect teacher job satisfaction
  • What level of importance educators place on working in a racially diverse environment and how this impacts your ability to recruit diverse candidates

Join us as we present the latest data on retention and recruitment from the job seekers’ perspective; share actionable strategies you can apply to your hiring and retention practices and allow time for participants to ask questions, fielded by Education Week’s data and reporting experts.

Speakers
Sterling Lloyd
Assistant Director Education Week Research Center
Elizabeth Heubeck
Reporter, Education Week

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