Welcoming your team to a new school year: Engaging all educators

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Image for aesthetic effect only - 07-30-webinar-thumbnail In a few short weeks, educators will begin to embark upon a new school year. While many of them will be veterans with tons of experience and expertise, it is likely the 2020-21 start to school will look and feel unlike any they have experienced in the past. Additionally, there will be others who are just starting their teaching career and will be equally anxious about the unknowns of a new school year during a pandemic. Welcoming five generations of educators (Generation Z, Millennials, Generation Xers, Baby boomers, and the Silent generation) into the workplace can be daunting under normal circumstances, so how exactly are leaders planning to engage and support the growth and development of all members of their faculty? Participants will: Learn strategies

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