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Recruitment & Retention Webinar

EdRecruiter 2024 Survey Results: Key Recruitment & Retention Trends 

Tue., January 23, 2024, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Staffing remains a recurring challenge for K-12 HR professionals and administrators. The EdWeek Research Center’s detailed survey provides an in-depth look at the pain points and areas of promise as reported by K-12 job seekers and recruiters around the nation.  

Join us to gain essential insights on what attracts and repels today’s job seekers. In the span of 60 minutes, you’ll: 

  • Learn 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 
  • Hear directly from EdWeek’s leading research analyst, a Utah Teacher of the Year, and a seasoned K-12 human resources professional as they discuss the immediate and long-term implications of our latest EdRecruiter survey data 
  • Engage EdWeek staff and expert panelists directly by asking questions about how our survey data applies to your district 
Sterling Lloyd
Assistant Director Education Week Research Center
Alex Moseman
Executive Director of Talent Acquisition, Knox County Schools (TN) 
John Arthur
Elementary School Teacher, Salt Lake City School District (UT)
John Arthur, the 2021 Utah Teacher of the Year and National Teacher of the Year Finalist, teaches elementary school in Utah’s Salt Lake City School District. Now in his 11th year of teaching, his students have gained national recognition as advocates for themselves and their communities through the digital content they create and share across platforms as @9thEvermore. Arthur is also an adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Education at Westminster University, the Director of Candidate Recruitment for the Utah National Board Coalition, and the Co-Director of the Teacher Fellows, a nonprofit dedicated to developing the next generation of Utah teacher leaders.
Elizabeth Heubeck
Reporter, Education Week

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