K-12 Education

PeopleAdmin celebrates Texas educator as part of Inspired2Educate program

Damon Adams, an assistant principal at Hays High School in Buda, Texas, told the story of how he carries on the legacy of his band teacher, Carolyn Herrington, who opened up her classroom so he could escape an abusive home and a non-friendly school environment, and encouraged him to believe in himself.

January 12th, 2017|

PeopleAdmin Connections K-12 – Issue 7

Featured this issue: Customer Spotlight: How districts use evolving tech to attract and hire more high quality candidates; Solutions Corner: Want to help improve Perform?; Introducing Fast Pass — a better way to get the support you need and Honor your favorite educator in the New Year.

January 9th, 2017|

5 ways to boost talent management success

Managing the talent life cycle at K-12 schools and districts is no easy task, but with the right strategies and resources, it can be done … and done well. In these five resources, you’ll learn which tactics and tools will lead you to greater talent management success.

December 22nd, 2016|

5 podcasts to help you prepare for 2017

2016 is coming to a close, and it’s time to build your talent management strategy for the new year. Listen to these five podcasts to get advice on recruiting, onboarding, teacher shortages and more from experts in K-12 education.

December 19th, 2016|

Customer Spotlight: Harford County Public Schools

At Harford County Public Schools (HCPS) in Maryland, district leaders expect ongoing improvement and growth from their staff, teachers, students … and even their talent management solutions. That’s why the 54-school district has used PeopleAdmin’s applicant tracking solution (ATS) for 10 years.

December 6th, 2016|

Overcome the teacher shortage with these 9 resources

Is your school or district struggling to objectively identify top candidates because of shrinking talent pools, insufficient resources, and too few qualified educators for unique positions?

December 2nd, 2016|

Study reveals new facts about the so-called teacher shortage

Increased demand for educators, coupled with much slower growth of applicants, suggests that the often-debated teacher shortage may be real … and not likely to end soon.

November 29th, 2016|

3 things you need to do before the FLSA deadline

By Dec. 1, all employers must comply with the updated Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which exempts teachers from new compensation rules, but requires school- or district-level action to ensure other employees are compensated in compliance with the rule or properly documented as exempt.

November 18th, 2016|

What’s so different about strategic hiring?

School and district leaders know that to give students the best chance to succeed, they must identify and attract high-quality educators. But if your hiring process starts with posting open positions to your site and reading resumes to determine who to interview, you’re not hiring strategically … which means you’re probably missing your opportunity to find and hire some of the best teachers available.

November 11th, 2016|

PeopleAdmin Connections K-12 – Issue 6

As schools and districts work to advance student learning, an emphasis on data and research is taking hold. As we know, education ultimately comes down to a student, a teacher, and the staff supporting them. It makes sense that paying attention to data around the hiring, development and management of that instructional team ...

November 9th, 2016|

How talent management technology is changing K-12 evaluations and professional development

Schools and districts are maximizing professional development (PD) investments — estimated at $18,000 per teacher in some districts — by using technology to manage and measure the impact of teacher evaluations, as well as tailor PD efforts.

November 2nd, 2016|

Why onboarding should be about people … not paperwork

Onboarding has stepped into the spotlight among K-12 leaders, and for good reason: Done right, this vital talent management process can position new hires — as well as the entire school — for greater success

October 27th, 2016|

Why some schools are hiring quality teachers faster

To maximize student learning, school and district leaders are looking to data to help them identify and hire the best teachers in their applicant pools … before those teachers move on to other opportunities.

October 21st, 2016|

PeopleAdmin partners with school personnel administrators to help K-12 community drive student achievement with leading talent management tools, insights

The fast-growing talent management software company offers unique solutions, data and analytics to help schools and districts predict best teacher candidates, acquire and develop them.

October 10th, 2016|

Customer Spotlight: 2 districts ditch paper during new hire onboarding

Onboarding is your chance to make a positive first impression with new hires, get them acquainted with your school or district, and prepare them for success — but if your “onboarding process” really means filling out paperwork, you’re missing a major opportunity.

October 5th, 2016|

PeopleAdmin Celebrates Massachusetts Educator as Part of Inspired2Educate Program

Marjorie Masse, a math interventionist at Westford Public Schools in Chelmsford, Massachusetts, told of Mrs. Smith, a gym instructor who made such an impression on her as a second-grader that Masse would go on to credit Mrs. Smith for her becoming a school teacher, a university instructor, and the person she is today.

September 28th, 2016|

PeopleAdmin Connections K-12 – Issue 5

This time of year brings teachers and students back together again in classrooms all across the country, giving us a renewed perspective on just how important education is to our lives and our society.

August 30th, 2016|

PeopleAdmin Celebrates Oklahoma Elementary Educator as Part of Inspired2Educate Program

PeopleAdmin announced today the latest honoree of its Inspired2Educate recognition program. Stephanie Anderson, a fourth-grade math teacher at Oologah-Talala Upper Elementary in Oklahoma, submitted a story about finding resilience in the midst of a difficult upbringing through the support and encouragement of a childhood educator.

August 24th, 2016|

PeopleAdmin honors Georgia K-20 educator as part of Inspired2Educate recognition program

PeopleAdmin announced the latest honoree of its Inspired2Educate recognition program. Aimee Cribbs, Ed.D., an adjunct professor of graduate studies and teacher preparation at Piedmont College and an art and health teacher at Ellijay Elementary School in Georgia.

July 29th, 2016|

District overcomes California’s teacher shortage by using technology to attract and retain better candidates

At Del Mar Union School District in San Diego, intense competition for increasingly fewer candidates made it difficult for them — like so many other districts in California — to attract and retain qualified educators.

July 28th, 2016|
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