Three Effective Strategies to Address the Special Educator Shortage and Staff Burnout
Starting 4/6/2023 at 2:00 PM and ending on 4/6/2023 at 3:30 PM
Event Groups:
• State Support Team 6 - District Events

All 50 states report a shortage of special educators and the pandemic made a bad situation worse. Being a special educator has always been a hard job, and two years of remote/hybrid learning has pushed some staff to the breaking point and next year’s acceleration plans will further tax staff. In this session, Nate Levenson will share practical and impactful strategies to make the work of special educators, school psychs, and related service staff easier, more rewarding, and more impactful even if schools have fewer special educators than they need. You’ll learn:

  • How general education can help lighten the load of special education
  • How to allow staff to play to their strengths
  • How to streamline meetings and paperwork so staff have more time with students and less time working nights and weekends
  • How to make working in multiple schools less stressful
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