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Attracting and Keeping Teachers in Alberta Schools ASBA Fall Meeting November 22, 2011 Student Population Teacher Workforce. People Resources. The big picture…. Alberta Students. Teacher Demand. 738,800. 44,000 FTEs. 2024. 2024. 2010. 2010. 587,600. 34,980 FTEs.

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Attracting and Keeping Teachers in Alberta Schools

ASBA Fall Meeting

November 22, 2011

Student Population

Teacher Workforce

People Resources

the big picture
The big picture…

Alberta Students

Teacher Demand

738,800

44,000 FTEs

2024

2024

2010

2010

587,600

34,980 FTEs

Teacher Prep Institutions

Annual Hires

5,800 (~2,930 new hires)

~2,000

AB

Grads

Annually

2024

~75% Begin Teaching

2010

4,260 FTEs (~2,050 new hires)

births in alberta
Births in Alberta

Relative Stability

In K-3 grades 5 yrs later

(2007-2009)

Expect an Increase

In K-3 grades 5 yrs later

(2010-2015)

Source: Statistics Canada

anticipated k 12 ten year growth by region
Anticipated K-12 Ten Year Growth by Region

15.7%

15.2%

15.2%

Francophone

23.8%

Projected K-12 Student Growth (2009/10 – 2019/20)

21.0%

13.7%

growth will differ by grade alberta
Growth will differ by grade(Alberta)

5yrs

20% Increase

34,816

4% Decrease

-6,579

enrolment in teacher preparation is declining
Enrolment in Teacher Preparation is Declining

Applications

Enrollments

5-Year Decline: 23%

Applications

Enrolments

5-Year Decline: 7%

teacher ages 2009 10 all alberta
Teacher Ages (2009/10, All Alberta)

29%

71%

Notes:

“All Alberta” includes all Public, Charter, Separate, and Francophone authorities.

Substitute teachers are excluded (Job Codes 1203 and 3613)

Teachers aged 22 or less are included in age 22. Teachers aged 75 or more are included in age 75.

FTE is greater than zero (0).

teacher retirement outlook
Teacher Retirement Outlook

Source: Alberta Teacher Retirement Fund Board

alberta early career attrition
Alberta Early Career Attrition

Based on all certificated teachers (excluding substitutes) hired in 1999,2000, and 2001. TRS Database.

anticipated teacher ten year growth by region
Anticipated Teacher Ten Year Growth by Region

15.7%

15.2%

15.2%

Francophone

23.8%

Projected Teachers (2009/10 – 2019/20)

21.0%

13.7%

inspiring educators
Inspiring Educators
  • This project will lead to the development of a strong web-presence and will position Alberta as the best place in Canada to have a teaching career.
  • It will be a “one-stop-shop” for information on teaching and jobs in education in Alberta
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CTS Bridge to Teacher Certification Program

  • Bridging Foreign-Prepared Teachers to Certification and Employment
  • Northern Teacher Bursary
  • Community Based Teacher Education Program
  • Rural Practicum Program
thank you
Thank you!

Dan Ferguson

Workforce Planning and Development Branch

Dan.ferguson@gov.ab.ca