May 2023 Wisconsin School News
This month’s cover story shares perspectives from three statewide organizations (DPI, AWSA and WEAC) on the teacher shortage and how to approach it.
The May issue also features articles about how districts can increase financial incentives to attract and retain staff, the increase of short-term teaching licenses, employee fulfillment and retention, inspiring employees and more.
View the complete issue two ways: a PDF (scroll through pages from top to bottom) or on the web (flip through pages one at a time by clicking arrows on the right and left).
Hiring and Retaining Quality Staff
DPI, AWSA and WEAC
The Case for Low-Cost Benefits
WEA Member Benefits
Culture at Center of Staffing Dilemma
Susan Muenter, Wisconsin Association of School Personnel Administrators
In Case of Emergency
Wisconsin Policy Forum
Leading a Human System
Nick Pretasky, CESA 9
A Day at the Capitol
Departments and Columns
Helping You Support Your Staff
Summer Leadership Institute, WASB Connection Podcast, Upcoming Webinars,
2024 State Education Convention Call for Proposals, WASB Online Learning Platform
On State Budget, Focus Shifts to Decision-Making
Dan Rossmiller and Chris Kulow
The Difference Between a ‘Union’ and a ‘Certified Exclusive Collective Bargaining Representative’