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KMUW’s Engage ICT brings our community together with thoughtful conversation. Each month we take a deep dive into a major topic with a panel of local experts, and live stream our hour-long conversation at engageict.org and KMUW’s Facebook page. Since 2016 we’ve covered a myriad of topics, from healthcare to homeschooling, immigration to environmentalism.

Experts discuss how Kansas schools are coping with nationwide teacher shortage

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The school year is starting back up and among the challenges brought on by the pandemic is the nationwide teacher shortage. KMUW's Engage ICT convened on August 9 to discuss this historic problem with local educators and administrators. Our panelists for this conversation are:

  • Katie Harmon, USD 259 peer consultant
  • Suzanne Perez, KMUW's education reporter
  • Lori Listerman, Wichita Northwest High School paraeducator
  • Dr. Brenda Cain, Emporia State University adjunct instructor
  • Jill Wood, coordinator for Teacher Apprentice Program, Wichita State University's School of Education

Here is the recorded conversation:

The Teacher Shortage | Engage ICT

Click here to see a list of further reading and resources on the topic of The Teacher Shortage, provided by Wichita Public Library.

Support for Engage ICT comes from Moeder & Associates.

Sarah Jane Crespo is the Director of Community Engagement at KMUW. She is the creator and host of Engage ICT and the weekly Engage ICT Mini series.