Maryland Teacher Staffing Report 2014-2016

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The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), in conjunction with local school systems and institutions of higher education, has conducted an annual study since 1986 to determine critical teacher shortage areas. Although some data are collected annually, since 2008 the report has been published biennially. The latest Maryland Teacher Staffing Report, 2014-2016, provides data on teacher candidates completing programs in institutions of higher education that have Maryland Approved Programs (MAP) and in Maryland Approved Alternative Preparation Programs (MAAPP). The report also collects the hiring needs of the local school systems to determine critical shortage areas by analyzing the data and applying the criteria agreed upon. The process includes additional data beyond the traditional formula used since the beginning of the report. It incorporates the recommendations of an Expert Panel, composed of representatives of various stakeholders, that was convened in 2008 to review the process and make recommendations. The criteria developed by the Expert Committee are now used in this study. The

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