Outdated back-office technology is costing districts more than just time, dollars, and lost grant monies — it’s costing them their people and negatively impacting student success.
UKG surveyed more than 200 central office administrators in K-12 public schools across the U.S. to explore the extensive and lasting impacts of COVID-19 throughout the 2020-21 school year and better understand the critical role of back-office technology in creating a more desirable, technology-enabled work experience for educators and staff.
Findings show that K-12 schools are overdue for a technology upgrade. And due to a shortage of teachers, rising retirements, and ongoing hiring and retention challenges, the need to equip schools with modern workforce solutions capable of supporting strategic human resource management and planning — and that appeal to a workforce whose technology expectations are higher than ever — is dire.
This executive report intends to spotlight opportunities for K-12 to automate systems, centralize data districtwide, and create a better work experience for teachers and staff in the school year ahead. Explore:
Download the executive report for detailed survey findings.