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FIU in DC - Crisis in Education National Discussion

This is a past event.

Thursday, October 27, 2022 at 4:00pm

Virtual Event

FIU in Washington, DC.

FIU is hosting a conversation on the national teacher shortage accompanied with our Dean of Education, professors from across our and external disciplines, as well as the host of PBS Newshour Classroom. 

America has been facing a catastrophic teacher shortage. with an estimated 300,000 vacancies at schools across the country. The National Education Association found that 55 percent of teachers in the U.S. say they will leave the profession sooner than previously planned.
The teacher shortage is complex problem with many questions. How bad is it? What is driving this phenomenon? What can be done to fix it?
To break the issue down, FIU’s School of Education and Human Development in the College of Arts, Sciences and Education and the Center for the Humanities in an Urban Environment will host “Crisis in Education: A National Conversation on America’s Teacher Shortage”
A panel of in-service teachers, teacher advocates and leading experts in education will discuss the problem, as well as explore possible solutions. 

Do not miss this important event for the future of education!

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Academics, Lectures & conferences, Workshops & webinars, Community


General Public



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