North Carolina Education Human Capital Roundtable

Overview

North Carolina Education Human Capital Roundtable

The North Carolina Education Human Capital Roundtable is a group of state education leaders and practitioners working together to find innovative ways to address the state’s teacher shortage issue. The group has been meeting since December 2018 to develop recommendations to help increase the quality, quantity and diversity of teacher candidates and prepare them to be licensed, hired, supported and retained as highly effective educators in North Carolina schools.

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North Carolina Pathways to Excellence for Teaching Professionals
Roundtable Information

Members of the North Carolina Education Human Capital Roundtable have provided more details on their vision for transforming the teaching profession in North Carolina. Below are additional materials developed since the vision was presented to the State Board of Education on February 4, 2021 and was remanded to the Professional Educator Preparation Standards Commission (PEPSC) for formal review and recommendation.

Additional materials developed since the presentation:

ONE-PAGER AND FAQ

VISION GRAPHIC

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North Carolina Pathways to Excellence for Teaching Professionals
Roundtable Presentation to the State Board of Education

Members of the North Carolina Education Human Capital Roundtable presented to the state Board of Education on February 4, 2021. The group outlined the roundtable’s vision for transforming the teaching profession in North Carolina, which includes offering early, inclusive, clear passageway into the profession, rewarding excellence and advancement, and encouraging retention. 

Presentation recording (NC roundtable portion begins at 46:25)

PRESENTATION SLIDES

PRESENTATION HANDOUT

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North Carolina Education Human Capital Roundtable
Presentation to the NC Board of Education

SREB presented the recommendations of the North Carolina Education Human Capital Roundtable to the state’s board of education in January 2021. After two years of collaboration and study, the roundtable proposed strategies for holistic policy change to transform the teaching profession from recruitment to retirement. Strategies include modifying licensure requirements to diversify the teaching force, providing better support for early career teachers, and building multiple pathways into the teaching profession. 

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