In our last blog post, we noted that compensation ought to address the needs of teachers and staff, as well as to the organization’s own objectives. We recommend that you start with establishing a sense of just how competitive you want your compensation to be, and in what specific roles and markets.Read More
Staffing is a critical ingredient for any education organization — and finding the right people has never been tougher. For decades, the supply of new teachers has been slowing down, particularly in critical subject areas such as math, science, and English language learning, as well as in high-need low-income schools. Enrollment has dropped in both traditional teacher preparation programs as well as alternative certification routes like Teach for America.Read More
Allison Wyatt demonstrates that keeping salaries competitive, employees valued, and the budget intact doesn't have to be as hard as it seems. She covers key compensation practices that will help your organization be poised to not only capture the level of talent required to achieve your organization's mission, but hold on to that talent as well.