Recruitment & Retention Opinion Stop Trying to Recruit Black Teachers Until You Can Retain the Ones You Have
Schools are desperate to recruit Black teachers, writes Bettina L. Love. But do they know how to support them and value their work?
Recruitment & Retention From Our Research Center Districts Want More Teachers of Color But Don't Do Enough to Recruit Them, Survey Finds
Results from a January survey found that work remains in districts' efforts to recruit more teachers of color. Experts offer advice.
Teaching Profession Opinion Why Black Teachers Stay
It's not easy to stick with the profession, but the rewards for teachers and students can be profound.
Recruitment & Retention Q&A How to Get Male Students of Color to Pursue Teaching
New York City's summer internship for male teachers of color sparks interest in the profession and the district.
Recruitment & Retention Leader To Learn From Want to Recruit Male Teachers of Color? Look to This New York City Leader
Chimere Stephens, who leads recruitment of men of color for the New York City schools, believes in starting with high school students.
Recruitment & Retention 4 Actions Districts and States Can Take to Increase Staff Diversity
A report offers concrete steps for districts, charter organizations, and states to boost the racial diversity of their K-12 workforce.
School & District Management Opinion 4 Ways to Make Your School Better for Black and Brown Teachers
Want to diversify the teaching force? An important place to start is understanding what educators of color need from their principals.
Teaching Profession 5 Popular Teacher Stories You May Have Missed in 2022
Teacher shortages and burnout led headlines at all major news sites throughout the year.
Teaching Profession Long Hours, Second Jobs: New Federal Data Give a Snapshot of the Teaching Profession
The profession grew less diverse, and teachers are still working significantly more than a 40-hour workweek, the latest data show.
Recruitment & Retention A New Teacher at 50: Inside the Struggle to Rebuild America's Black Teaching Workforce
A suburban Chicago school district was desperate to hire more teachers of color and root out racism. Enter DarLisa Himrod.
Teaching Profession What Teachers of Color Say Will Actually Work to Diversify the Profession
In a new survey, teachers of color pick the most effective recruitment and retention strategies.
Classroom Technology Q&A Superintendent: Recruit More Black Male Educators, Get Tech in the Hands of All Students
Middletown, Ohio, school district chief Marlon Styles Jr. is the first Black superintendent of that school system.
Equity & Diversity Citing Anti-Gay Discrimination, a Teacher of the Year Leaves the Classroom
Kentucky's 2022 Teacher of the Year Willie Carver Jr. said he had been unable to find support from his school administration.
Recruitment & Retention Push Is on to Grow and Nurture Latino Teacher Pipeline
Latinos for Education has created a new advisory council to better inform federal policies on hiring and retaining more Latino educators.