Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: What America Must Do to Attract and Retain the Educators and School Staff Our Students Need
Where have all the (prospective) teachers gone? Why are teachers quiting?
Mike Pompeo is a graduate of West Point and Harvard Law School, served during the Trump administration as head of the CIA and Secretary of State, he is well-educated, and apparently is running for president if Trump falls by the wayside or needs a vice presidential candidate.
Pompeo, in a recent interview, believes Randi Weingarten, head of the American Federation of Teachers is “the most dangerous person in the world.” Not Putin, not the leader of China or North Korea, the leader of a teacher union.
Randi Weingarten responded on “Morning Joe” on MSNBC: here
It is not surprising that fewer and fewer students are choosing education as a career. In July, the AFT released the result of a task force chaired by UFT President Michael Mulgrew, the report “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: What America Must Do to Attract and Retain the Educators and School Staff Our Students Need
The New York Times editorial board interviewed teachers across the nation about carrying weapons in schools..
Did you ever think carrying a weapon would be a decision of a classroom teacher?
The increasing attacks on teachers and teacher unions are creating dramatic teacher shortages across the nation.
States are responding to teacher shortages by reducing qualifications, See Education Week here.
The Education Affiliate of the CCNY Alumni Association and the CCNY School of Education are co-hosting a Zoom event. President Mulgrew will discuss his report, School of Education Dean Lamboy, Kathleen Cashin, CoChair of the Board of Regents Higher Education Committee and others will discuss how CCNY can attract and the school system can retain teachers.
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How can we, as educators and former educators, reinvigorate the pipeline to the classroom?