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The Indiana Department of Education has continued with its educator supply and demand marketplace

The second phase of a new statewide educator supply and demand marketplace by the Indiana Department of Education provides additional data to schools and the state to strengthen and support Indiana’s educator pipeline. 

The marketplace was first launched in March 2022 and was a key component of Governor Eric J. Holcomb’s 2022 Next Level Agenda.

With the marketplace, current and future job seekers will be able to create a candidate profile, which they can use to apply for open positions. 

This spring, IDOE worked with all 55 of the state’s educator preparation programs to engage future educators in creating candidate profiles. These profiles are available to all schools that have opted into the full Applicant Tracking System since its initial launch last year.

The launch of the second phase of the marketplace allows:

  • schools to engage in strategic recruitment to find the best candidates for their roles
  • prospective teachers to access local career connections 
  • And stakeholders to better understand and respond to the dynamics of the state’s educator pipeline.

Additional information about Indiana’s supply and demand marketplace is available here.

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