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A top advisor to education companies on talent acquisition talks about the pressures he sees playing out in the job market.
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EdWeek Market Brief Staff Writer Michelle Caffrey dives into some of the reasons education companies are looking to recruit talent from outside the education industry.
Diana Greene, the chief of the 130,000-student Duval County, Fla., schools, expects vendors to produce data that is clear and predictive of student performance.