Friday, October 2nd, 2015
Policies that regulate teacher preparation and licensure in Minnesota have been under much discussion in recent years. Questions abound about what kind and how much preparation future teachers need to be successful with all students, who to recruit into teaching, and how to best meet the staffing needs of P-12 schools now and into the future.
On October 2, 2015, the College of Education and Human Development hosted a policy breakfast discussion examining national policy trends related to teacher preparation, Minnesota's policy landscape for teacher preparation and licensure, and school district perspectives on recruiting and hiring teachers.
Tension Between Competing Policies
Two Policy Ecologies
Practice Can't Sustain What Policy Won't Support
Erin Doan on the MN BOT governing structure
How school districts get feedback from higher ed
Diversification of the teaching workforce starts early
Watch the full event here