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North Dakota Teacher Retention Crisis

  • In our final installment of the series, former Democratic State Senator and former teacher Erin Oban shares insights from her years in the classroom and in the legislature.
  • In the fourth installment of the series, “North Dakota Teacher Retention Crisis,” in partnership with North Dakota United, Tom Gerhardt visiting with North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler.
  • In the third installment in our series examining how to retain teachers in North Dakota, we hear from Nick Archuleta, president of North Dakota United, the state’s largest association of public educators and employees.
  • In the second installment in our series examining how to retain teachers in North Dakota, we hear from the 2021 North Dakota Teacher of The Year, Kristi Reinke, and a former Fargo teacher.
  • Today we’re launching a series examining how to retain teachers in North Dakota. North Dakota United Public Affairs Director Tom Gerhardt interviews Kari Nehls, a former Bismarck teacher with 15 years of experience, on her emotional decision to leave the profession she loves.