AACTE Speaks: Solutions to the Teacher Shortage, Impacts of Censorship on Education
AACTE thought leaders have spoken about issues ranging from solutions to the teacher shortage to the impact of censorship on education over the past month.
As a result, AACTE has been cited in stories about colleges innovating ways to fill teacher jobs, reinvigorating interest among students in the teaching profession, and celebrating the next generation of teachers.
In recent weeks, AACTE’s research and thought leaders have appeared in media outlets that include Education Week, Inside Higher Education, the Associated Press, University Business, Idaho Ed News, The 74, and The Herald Republican:
Education Week quotes AACTE President & CEO Lynn M. Gangone in the article, “As Charter Schools Rise, Fewer Graduate From Undergrad Teacher Prep. Why?”
News of the new report on censorship released by AACTE, “The State of Education Censorship in Institutions of Higher Ed and Implications for the Field,” has run in University Business, the K-12 Dive, the Higher Ed Dive.
Inside Higher Education reports that “Colleges of education hope that celebrating teaching candidates with pinning ceremonies will help validate their decision to enter an increasingly demanding field.”
The Associated Press reports that “To Fill Teacher Jobs, Community Colleges Offer New Degrees.”
The Teachers’ Lounge Podcast featured AACTE President & CEO for the story, “The Teachers’ Lounge Episode 5: Solving the Teacher Shortage with Lynn Gangone.”
The 74 reports that “Facing Regional Shortages, U.S. Schools Now Employing 160,000 ‘Underqualified’ Teachers.”
The Herald Republican reports that “Trine’s Education School Continues to Grow, Employ Graduates.”
Read more AACTE news coverage by visiting the In the News webpage.