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News & Media

Dr. Ingersoll has been cited in hundreds of national, state, and local news articles, including in outlets such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, as well as trade publications such as Education Week and the Chronicle of Higher Education. He has appeared on CNN, NPR, PBS Newshour, and other radio and television programs.

See below for selected media citations. For more, visit Dr. Ingersoll's Penn GSE faculty page.

August 26, 2023

Why is Minnesota Short on Teachers (Opinion Exchange)

Minneapolis Star Tribune

August 26, 2023

Why is Minnesota Short on Teachers (Letter to the Editor)

Minneapolis Star Tribune

August 22, 2023

Teachers Wanted - Searching for the Next Generation of Teachers (Interview)

CBS TV Special

May 9, 2023

Addressing the National Teacher Shortage


May 9, 2023

The Burnout Equation - Chapter 3: Leaving the Classroom

Verify/Tegna TV News

July 28, 2021

Who wants to be a teacher?

American Public Media Reports

July 13, 2021

COVID-19 Pandemic Hasn't Led To Massive Arizona Teacher Exodus, But Concerns Still Remain


May 20, 2021

The Growth of Teacher-Powered Schools

Educational Research & Policy Podcast

March 25, 2021

Study: Teaching force grew at more than double the enrollment rate

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

December 11, 2020

2020 has shone a light on the importance of good teachers, but many are paid less than a living wage in the U.S.


October 5, 2020

What It's Like to Be a Teacher in 2020 America

New York Times

December 27, 2019

America's schools are more diverse than ever. But the teachers are still mostly white.

Washington Post

February 20, 2019

The U.S. Teaching Population Is Getting Bigger, and More Female

The Atlantic

April 5, 2018

Why teachers are demanding change

MN Public Radio

October 26, 2017

Teacher Leadership is Linked to Higher Student Test Scores in New Study

Education Week

September 14, 2017

The outrageously mythical 'teacher shortage'

New York Post

July 28, 2017

Degrees of Separation: Teachers' Burnt Out

With Good Reason

July 16, 2017

Where Are All Of The Teachers Going?

Huffington Post

August 15, 2016

Why are fewer students interested in becoming teachers?


September 17, 2015

Report: Minority Teachers Are Quitting at Rapid Rates

NBC News

September 15, 2015

The number of black teachers has dropped in nine U.S. cities

Washington Post

July 22, 2015

Today's newest teachers face tough job odds, high turnover

PBS NewsHour

March 30, 2015

Revolving Door Of Teachers Costs Schools Billions Every Year


October 18, 2013

Why Do Teachers Quit?

The Atlantic

September 22, 2013

The Greening of the Teaching Force and Six Other Trends

Penn GSE Magazine

December 6, 2012

Teaching Trends: 7 Things That Have Shaped The Teaching Profession Over The Past 2 Decades

Huffington Post

November 9, 2010

Data Say Retention Is Better Answer To 'Shortage' Than Recruitment

Science Magazine

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