Educator Pipeline, Teacher Shortage, Developing Teachers
Each year, the National Teacher of the Year Program brings together State Teachers of the Year from all 50 states, DC, the Department of Defense Education Activity, and five U.S.
The lack of a racially diverse teacher workforce is one of the most critical equity issues of our time.
Teachers change the lives of millions of children every day, and the impact of their work extends far beyond the boundaries of the classroom. This week, the nation celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week to thank our teachers for their hard work and dedication.
This report describes only a handful of innovative policies and initiatives that states and local districts
are pursuing to tackle the six pipeline challenges. There are many more, and new ideas continue to
States across the country recognize that high-quality teaching is vital to student success. Join us in exploring how states are leading the way in building strong teacher pipelines so that all students are taught by effective, well-prepared, and meaningfully supported teacher.
This resources shares stories about Washington's educator preparation work and the gains they have made by participating in CCSSO's Network for Transforming Educator Preparation.
This resources shares stories about Missouri's educator preparation work and the gains they have made by participating in CCSSO's Network for Transforming Educator Preparation.