In many school districts, disparate systems don’t allow educators and administrators to connect their abundance of data in ways that offer educators meaningful insights for on-the-spot decision making.
Mastery Charter Schools, based in Philadelphia, Pa., has mastered the art of the turnaround—transforming underperforming schools with the ingenuity, skills, and commitment of its educators and administrators.
You may have already achieved your goal of hiring exceptional talent, but don’t forget about them as soon as they walk in the door. This all-new SunGard K-12 Education feature sheet, You’ve Found Exceptional Talent: Now Help them Soar, highlights four tips for helping new employees take flight and supporting employee retention.
It isn’t always easy to recruit talent to fill roles quickly. With a little planning, creativity, and follow-up, you will get closer to your hiring goal. To evaluate a candidate effectively, consider these four steps in your selection process:
Every fall, students in Rose Tree Media (RTM) School District arrive to begin another school year. Along with his or her brand new backpack, each student brings different skills, different aptitudes, and different interests. But, according to RTM Superintendent James M. Wigo Sr., the goal for each is the same: growth.