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Yoon, Sun Young; Scott, Caitlin; Greenburg Motamedi, Jason – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2019
Many states, including Washington, are attempting to reduce teacher shortages by encouraging limited certificated teachers to become fully certificated. Before investing in further support for these teachers to seek full certification, Washington policymakers want to understand the interest of limited certificated teachers in becoming fully…
Descriptors: Teacher Shortage, Teacher Certification, Barriers, Teacher Attitudes
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Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2019
These are the appendixes for the report "Limited Certificated Teachers in Washington: Barriers to Becoming Fully Certificated and Needed Supports." The study findings are based on analysis of responses to the Limited Certificated Teacher Survey administered in 2017 by the State of Washington Professional Educator Standards Board. The…
Descriptors: Teacher Shortage, Teacher Certification, Barriers, Teacher Attitudes
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Yoon, S. Y.; Scott, C.; Greenburg Motamedi, J. – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2019
Many states, including Washington, are attempting to reduce teacher shortages by encouraging limited certificated teachers to become fully certificated. Before investing in further support for these teachers to seek full certification, Washington policymakers want to understand the interest of limited certificated teachers in becoming fully…
Descriptors: Teacher Shortage, Teacher Certification, Barriers, Teacher Attitudes
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Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2019
Washington state faces a growing teacher shortage, especially in bilingual education, math, science, English language development, and special education. And its teacher workforce is much less diverse than the student population. To reduce these challenges, state education leaders want to encourage limited certificated teachers to become fully…
Descriptors: Teacher Shortage, Teacher Certification, Barriers, Teacher Attitudes
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Vazquez Cano, Manuel; Bel Hadj Amor, Hella; Pierson, Ashley – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2019
This study examines trends in educator turnover and retention, and the relationships of those trends to educator and school characteristics, during a six-year period (2012/13 to 2017/18, with 2011/12 as the base year) in Alaska. Turnover refers to educators leaving their positions, while retention refers to educators staying in their positions at…
Descriptors: Labor Turnover, Teacher Persistence, Faculty Mobility, Teacher Characteristics
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Yoon, Sun Young; Mihaly, Kata; Moore, Aurora – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2019
This study was conducted at the request of education policymakers who participate in the Montana Rural Recruitment and Retention Task Force. Like many states, Montana is struggling to recruit and retain qualified educators, especially in certain subject areas and in more rural parts of the state. The purpose of this study is to provide information…
Descriptors: Teacher Shortage, Labor Turnover, Teacher Qualifications, Teacher Persistence
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Hanson, Havala; Yoon, Sun Young – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2018
Many school districts in the United States are facing severe teacher shortages (Bordonaro, 2017; Palmer, 2017; Seattle Pacific University, 2017; Whaley, 2017). In several states--including Idaho--the difficulty of hiring qualified candidates has expanded beyond historical high-need content areas such as special education and mathematics to include…
Descriptors: School Districts, Teacher Shortage, Teacher Qualifications, Teacher Persistence
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Hodara, Michelle; Pierson, Ashley – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2018
Oregon has invested resources to expand access to accelerated learning programs (i.e., educational experiences that allow students to earn college credit in high school), and education leaders are committed to ensuring they are sustainable, equitable, and effective. Conducted in partnership with practitioners from secondary and postsecondary…
Descriptors: Acceleration (Education), College Credits, High School Students, Public Schools
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Hanson, Havala; Bisht, Biraj; Motamedi, Jason Greenberg – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2017
Students who take advanced courses in high school are more likely to enroll and persist in college. This report describes patterns in advanced coursetaking among three groups of students in Washington state: Spanish-speaking students, other language minority students whose primary or home language is not Spanish, and English-only speakers. This…
Descriptors: Advanced Courses, Enrollment Trends, Academic Achievement, Spanish Speaking
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Nishioka, Vicki – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2017
This guide is designed to supply educators with a means to identify whether racial/ethnic disproportionality in discipline practice exists in their schools or districts. It also aims to help educators use data to reduce racial/ethnic disproportionality in suspensions and expulsions. The guide is organized into two sections. The first section…
Descriptors: Discipline Policy, Student Behavior, Guides, Disproportionate Representation
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Motamedi, Jason Greenberg; Jaffery, Zafreen; Hagen, Allyson; Yoon, Sun Young – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2017
Getting a student's name right is the first step in welcoming him or her to school. Staff members who work with student-level data also know the importance of accurately and consistently recording a student's name in order to track student data over time, match files across data sets, and make meaning from the data. For students whose home…
Descriptors: Semitic Languages, Chinese, Indo European Languages, Korean
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Pierson, Ashley; Hodara, Michelle; Luke, Jonathan – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2017
Oregon's postsecondary attainment goal for 2025, adopted in 2011, calls for 40 percent of Oregon adults to have a bachelor's degree or higher, 40 percent to have an associate's degree or postsecondary certificate, and the remaining 20 percent to have a high school diploma or equivalent (S. 253, Or. 2011). As in other states a central strategy for…
Descriptors: High School Students, College Credits, Advanced Placement Programs, Program Descriptions
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Hodara, Michelle; Lewis, Karyn – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2017
This report is a companion to a study that found that high school grade point average was a stronger predictor of performance in college-level English and math than were standardized exam scores among first-time students at the University of Alaska who enrolled directly in college-level courses. This report examines how well high school grade…
Descriptors: Grade Point Average, College Students, Academic Achievement, High School Graduates
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Deussen, Theresa; Hanson, Havala; Bisht, Biraj – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2017
Students who drop out of high school are at increased risk of a range of negative social and economic consequences, including lower earnings and poorer health. To reduce dropout rates and lessen these negative consequences, districts around the country are using early warning indicators to identify and provide supports for students at risk of…
Descriptors: At Risk Students, High School Students, Dropouts, English Language Learners
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Hanson, Havala; Bisht, Biraj; Motamedi, Jason Greenberg – Regional Educational Laboratory Northwest, 2016
Taking advanced high school courses (for example, honors, Advanced Placement, and dual-credit courses that offer college credits in high school) can help prepare students for postsecondary education and careers. English learner students, however, face unique obstacles to taking advanced courses because they must divide their time between acquiring…
Descriptors: English Language Learners, Advanced Courses, Enrollment, Academic Achievement
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