Teacher Pipeline Series: Part I – Teacher Recruitment
Join Maryland Philanthropy Network for the first in a two-part series on the teacher pipeline. The onslaught of the pandemic has created a crisis in the classroom with school systems at-risk of losing educators. This series will explore the impact of the pandemic on the teacher experience over the last two years, strategies to retain teachers, how teachers are being rewarded and valued, and the role of philanthropy in supporting teachers in our state.
Part I will focus on teacher recruitment with human capital representatives from Baltimore City Schools and service providers, which include the following speakers:
- Normandi Amprey, Executive Director, Teach for America
- Laura Fogliano, Vice President, Development, Urban Teachers
- Johari Toe, Baltimore City Teacher Residency
- Sarah Diehl, Interim Chief Human Capital Officer, Baltimore City Public Schools
- Dyan Sellers, Director of Recruitment and Selection, Baltimore City Public Schools
Please see the following research report by TNTP Teaching Fellows, which will be discussed in-depth in Part II of the series: Addressing Teacher Shortages: Practical Ideas for the Pandemic and Beyond | TNTP.
This program is for Maryland Philanthropy Network members and invited guests only.