How do we attract more teachers to apply for vacancies in Skärholmen elementary schools?

Collection of ideas

Change the terms and conditions of the teachers!

Suggestions:
Be more careful with it being a reasonable load for every teacher in terms of time with the children and administration (reduce the amount of administration if it is possible). This may require the need to hire more or be restructured in information between teachers and administrative employees but it should be followed up more so that the load is reasonable giving the teacher the tools to feel better mentally and physically. Perhaps methods such as scrum help with visibility to all the extra work that shouldn't have to be on every teacher.

More special education support (more special education teachers) and may support as regards mental health (which is becoming increasingly worse over the Stockholm) from more counselors. To be able to create good conditions for their students to learn in school, should be a collaboration between the teacher and the other features of the school (as it is already present). This cooperation and these extra resources need to be increased enormously.

Proposal: generally, I think the salary of all within the teaching profession should be increased by $ 1,000 at least (not about 10 years but now all at once). It MUST be adjusted if because that salary should say something about the importance of läraruppdraget is as a social function. It doesn't now.

Who:
This needs to come from the very top politicians and authorities that can change and create a better environment and better conditions.

It also needs to come from the schools. And a collaboration between the schools and the city of Stockholm, for example, to be able to get help with money to set up more resources and be able to get help to make organizational changes. The organisational changes needed to make visible to the load (time, arbetsuppgifts-wise, mentally and physically) is reasonable.

This requires a courageous and far-sighted leadership both from the top of the schools, from the city and from politics.

Förändra villkoren för lärarna!

Förslag:
Vara noggrannare med att det är en rimlig belastning för varje lärare vad gäller tid med barnen och administration (minska mängd administration om det går). Detta kan kräva att det behöver anställa fler eller struktureras om i uppgifter mellan lärare och administrativt anställda men det borde följas upp mer så att belastningen är rimlig vilket ger läraren förutsättningar för att må bättre psykiskt och fysiskt. Kanske kan metoder som scrum hjälpa med att synliggöra allt extra arbete som inte ska behöva ligga på varje lärare.

Mer specialpedagogiskt stöd (fler specialpedagoger) och kanske stöd vad gäller ungas psykiska hälsa (som blir allt sämre över hela Stockholm) från fler kuratorer. Att kunna skapa bra förutsättningar för sina elever att kunna lära sig i skolan, bör vara ett samarbete mellan läraren och andra funktioner i skolan (som det redan är idag). Detta samarbete och dessa extra resurser behöver utökas enormt.

Förslag:
Generellt tycker jag lönen för alla inom läraryrket borde höjas med 10 000 kr minst (inte om 10 år utan nu allt på en gång). Det MÅSTE justeras om eftersom att lönen bör säga någonting om hur viktigt läraruppdraget är som samhällsfunktion. Det gör det inte nu.


Vem:
Detta behöver komma mycket uppifrån - från politiker och myndigheter som kan förändra och skapa bättre förutsättningar och bättre villkor.

Det behöver också komma ifrån skolorna. Och en samverkan mellan skolorna och exempelvis Stockholm stad, för att kunna få hjälp med pengar att tillsätta fler resurser och kunna få hjälp att göra organisatoriska förändringar. De organisatoriska förändringarna behövs för att synliggöra att belastningen (tidsmässigt, arbetsuppgifts-mässigt, psykiskt och fysiskt) är rimlig.

Detta kräver ett modigt och långsiktigt ledarskap både från toppen på skolorna, från staden och från politiken.

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