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Staffing Schools After ESSER: What School and District Leaders Need to Know

Thu., May 30, 2024, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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For the last three years, schools have had access to an unprecedented stream of federal funds to help them weather the ongoing effects of the pandemic—including hiring staff members to address the rising social-emotional, behavioral, and mental health needs of students.

Those funds are expiring in the next few months, but schools’ fiscal challenges have hardly disappeared. Recruiting staff remains a perpetual puzzle and the need for personnel to support students’ academic and social-emotional needs remains high.  The question of how to continue paying for critical positions is top of mind for many leaders.

In this webinar, district leaders and experts will discuss strategies for schools to use to invest in the teachers and staff members who students need while keeping a close eye on their budgets.

Speakers
Jonathan Travers
President and Managing Partner, Education Resource Strategies President and Managing Partner, Education Resource Strategies
Jonathan is responsible for guiding ERS’ consulting project work in ways that respond to the felt needs of system leaders and that push toward transformational change, and ensuring ERS’ work contributes to broader organizational and field knowledge around resource allocation, resource use, and school and system design. Jonathan has led many parts of ERS’ externally-facing work over the last two deca
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Mark Lieberman
Staff Writer, Education Week

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