The Indiana Department of Education has reported a decline in the number of teacher licenses issued over the past few years.
As the Indiana Department of Education investigates teacher recruitment and retention, educators and college students talk about why they stuck with the profession – or switched career paths.
Many college students who want to vote have a decision to make: whether to vote in their home communities or in Goshen.
Area educators and students, including Suzanne Ehst, director of secondary education, and Pete Biddle ’15, offer their points of view as to what factors are feeding the teacher shortage.
Merry Lea boasts 1,189 acres with seven miles of trails and welcomes about 6,000 preschool- through high school-age students for programs each year, as well as offering various programs to the public, plus undergraduate programs including agroecology and sustainability leadership and a graduate program in environmental education.
Suzanne Ehst, associate professor and director of secondary education at Goshen College, weighs in on Indiana’s teacher shortage on WNIT’s “Politically Speaking.”
Mikhail Fernandes spent last summer serving with Southern African Development and Reconstruction Agency (SADRA) through collaboration between Mission Network and Goshen College’s Summer Service Inquiry program.
Nayo Ulloa, adjunct professor of Spanish and internationally renowned Quena player, is bridging cultures in Goshen.
In an effort to increase the number of Latino students earning postsecondary degrees, Goshen College hopes to raise $50,000 for scholarships.