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Many states struggle with shortages of special education teachers (SET). To address the shortage problem in the long term, policymakers, preparation providers, and state and district administrators must ensure that any short-term strategies are combined with a comprehensive plan that includes long-term systemic strategies to strengthen the supply, preparation, and retention of special education teachers.
This paper present findings from a comparative study of 3 teacher preparation prototypes: traditional, university-district partnership, and district add-on programs.
This report analyzes the research on quality preparation and professional development programs for principals, highlighting examples of effective programs and providing guidance for policymakers.
This fact sheet summarizes the elements of high-quality principal preparation that are associated with positive school outcomes, and describes programs shown to produce effective principals.
This infographic illustrates how high-quality principal preparation and development benefits students, schools, and states.
These shareable graphics illustrate why effective principals matter, what they do, and programs for developing them.
Sample Tweets and Facebook posts highlighting the ways principals’ professional development can help solve teacher shortages.