The Teacher Shortage
5 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 9
The school year is starting back up and among the challenges brought on by the pandemic is the nationwide teacher shortage. We’ll speak with educators and administrators about this historic problem, including:
- 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
Stream the live conversation starting at 5 p.m. here at EngageICT.org or on KMUW's Facebook page.
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 Susan and Leon Moeder of Moeder & Associates.
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