Join us for this critical conversation with Bryan Proffitt, a veteran high school history teacher currently serving as the Vice President of the North Carolina Association of Educators. The teacher pipeline in North Carolina has been shrinking for years. According to a 2019 research brief by the Education Policy Initiative at Carolina. Between 2012 and 2021, enrollment in bachelor’s programs dropped 35% (from 12,434 to 7,901) while enrollment in master’s programs dropped 9% (from 5,918 to 5,411) and enrollment in doctoral research/specialist programs increased 10% (from 1,535 to 1,690). Enrollment in a doctoral program often signals an exit from the classroom, so the increase in doctoral program enrollment may be further evidence of the North Carolina’s shrinking teacher pipeline. Webinar is FREE but you must register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teacher-pipeline-what-are-we-doing-to-do-tickets-290208470347
Teacher Pipeline: What Are We Going To Do?
March 10, 2022 @ 7:00 pm – 7:00 pm