Webinar: Strategies for Combating the SLP and Special Ed Teacher Shortages in School Districts
Why is there an educator shortage? How can you deal with it? What is its impact on student learning and outcomes?
Watch this webinar to
comprehend the causes and implications of the shortages, and the impact of the shortage on student learning and outcomes
identify key strategies for dealing with shortages and alternative options for providing services
be able to assess reasons for shortages in their district and identify at least one new method for dealing with shortages in their district
Dr. Jean Blosser
CCC-SLP, a recognized expert in special education and speech-language intervention services. Jean has authored articles, teaching resources and textbooks. She is a Fellow of ASHA, The American Council on Education, and National Academies of Practice. President of Creative Strategies for Special Education.
Charlette McRay Green
Exec. Dir. of 504 and Special Education, Cherokee County School District, GA, ASHA Fellow, and a Board Certified Specialist in Child Language. Charlette is a Georgia Council of Administrators of Special Education past president and she formerly worked for the Georgia Department of Education as an Education Program Specialist.
Dr. Teressa Chapman
Director of Special Education Solutions, Amplio. Passionate about ensuring that exceptional students receive innovative and effective interventions. MA in special education; Ph.D. in educational leadership. Experience in administration and supporting districts with recruitment and retention efforts.