Add Your Voice in support of rural schools!

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February 4, 2019 |
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We need your help!

Join us in building a national effort to attract and retain talent in our rural schools and communities!

We are gathering input from rural teachers and community members from across the country to help us develop a nationally coordinated strategy for recruiting educators into our diverse rural communities.

Are you interested in helping us address the growing teacher shortages facing our rural communities? Your voice matters!

To get started:

1. Visit www.ruralsurvey.org to learn more.
2. Then submit our survey to share your ideas and feedback.

The Survey of Rural Schools and Communities is a partnership project led by the National Rural Education Association, Rural Schools Collaborative, and TNTP. More information about our partners can be found on our website, at www.ruralsurvey.org/partners.

This collaborative effort aligns perfectly with the Rural Schools Collaborative's mission, in particular RSC's commitment to the Rural Teacher Corps concept. Learn more.


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