Investing in educators: The power of supporting and retaining educators during transitions between remote, hybrid, and in-person learning

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Image for aesthetic effect only - Feb-10-webinar-thumbnail-flipped Increasing the support and retention of educators is critical for advancing educator effectiveness in schools and systems so that all students experience success. This webinar will focus on the strategies, resources, and tangible ideas in schools, districts, and organizations for accelerating support and retention of educators at different levels. Participants will: Understand the value and importance of supporting and retaining educators by examining the current national landscape related to educator shortages; Learn about effective support and retention strategies at the school, district, and national levels in a variety of settings (virtual, hybrid, and in-person); and Share questions and advice among a community of learners.

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Principal at DuPont Hadley Middle School | + posts

Kevin Armstrong is now in his 26th year of education and his 11th year as executive principal of DuPont Hadley Middle School. During the 2016-17 school year, Armstrong was named MNPS Middle School Principal of the Year. In 2017, he was selected as the 2017 National Distinguished Principal for the state of Tennessee by the Tennessee Principals’ Association. In 2019, Armstrong began a three-year term as the middle level at-large director for the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP). Armstrong was recently named in 2020 as one of two nationwide fellows for NAESP’s Center for Middle-Level Leadership.

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Tricia McManus is superintendent for Winston Salem/Forsyth County Schools. She served as an educator in Hillsborough County Public Schools for thirty years. She started her career as a teacher and then moved into positions of assistant principal, principal, director of leadership development, and assistant superintendent of leadership, professional development, and school transformation. Under her leadership in Hillsborough, the district created new structures for school turnaround which included a new employee compensation plan, equitable resourcing and staffing, and systems of district and community support.

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