Solutions to Deepening Equity Issues in the Teacher Shortage
José Viana joins LeiLani Cauthen and Wendee Evering to really get to the heart of the matter, including exclusive research from the Learning Counsel on the coming teacher shortage and how technology like the program from Lexia is essential to do more of the heavy lifting for teachers, allowing them to engage and teach their students on a much more human level. The bottom line is that for equity to be achieved, all learners must be engaged at their own level, and allowed participation in finding their own personal course. When everyone is learning, happily challenging the limits of what is possible, it is a beautiful thing.
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