From initial attraction and recruitment through to staff development and ongoing engagement and rewards, every detail matters. That's why our Resource Center gives you depth and breadth across the four key areas of the human capital management system.

From initial attraction and recruitment through to staff development and ongoing engagement and rewards, every detail matters. That's why our Resource Center gives you depth and breadth across the four key areas of a comprehensive human capital management system.


If you work in or around schools, you know how critical each person in and outside the classroom is to the success of students.

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Attract & Prepare

Attracting future educators to Ohio's talent pipeline is of utmost importance. Encouraging students and other potential candidates to consider education as a profession requires an intentional approach to attraction and preparation. This includes preparing future candidates for the realities of the profession and preparing them to be learner-ready from day one.

Featured topics include:


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Recruit & Hire

A great hire is one of the best investments an organization can make, but poor hires can detract from student learning. To ensure that each child in Ohio has an excellent educator, districts and schools need to refine their recruitment and hiring practices to address current and future staffing needs.

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Support & Grow

Developing and managing talent is an art and a science. It focuses attention on staff who are already part of the organization. The initial stages include socializing the newest staff, and subsequent stages build on early foundations with individualized opportunities to learn, grow, and lead throughout employees' careers.

Featured topics include:

  • Onboarding: Learn how to provide ongoing mentoring and support to help new employees be successful.

  • Mentoring: Discover how to create intentional, integrated support systems—essential to career development—for educators to advance their practice.

  • Professional Conduct: Find tools to help navigate difficult waters and support ethical decision making.

 

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Engage & Reward

Educators want to know that they are valued and heard. A culture that engages stakeholder voices, maintains transparency, and fosters collaboration is a key element to success. What's more, recognizing exemplary service encourages talented individuals to enter and remain in the profession.

Featured topics include:

  • Educator Recognition: Explore opportunities that celebrate educators who go above and beyond and engage them as ambassadors for the profession.