CTE and the Teacher Shortage: Strategies for Districts

EDUC 731.6

Join a panel of veteran Career & Technical Educators who are actively addressing the ongoing teacher shortage in California schools.


Why you should attend.

  • Learn strategies your district can use to address the evolving teacher shortage
  • Identify emerging challenges and promising opportunities for CTE programming
  • Network with leaders, advocates, and practitioners meeting district staffing needs through innovative CTE programs
  • Discover new approaches to teacher recruitment and retention

About this course:

A panel of seasoned educators discuss the past, present, and future role of CTE and lay out key considerations, difficulties, and possibilities for district leaders struggling to recruit, retain, and mentor talented and qualified teachers.

Meet the Panelists:

Pete Callas
Director, Career and College Transition Division
California Department of Education

Donna Lewis
Advisor and Coach, CTE, Division of Instruction
Los Angeles Unified School District

Amos Nugent
Director, Career Pathways & Adult Learning
Pleasanton Unified School District

Jake Shuler
Consultant in Teacher Preparation, Professional Services Division
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing

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