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Dr. Ingersoll has given more than 300 keynote addresses, speeches, and presentations to a wide variety of audiences—policymakers, educators and educational leaders, researchers, and the public—as well as a variety of groups including:

  • Aspen Institute's Education Policy Program for Members of Congress

  • Congressional Hearings on Teacher Preparation Initiatives held by the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce

  • National Commission on Mathematics and Science Teaching for the 21st Century, chaired by Senator John Glenn

  • Science and the Congress Briefing

  • Congressional Research Service's seminar for new members of Congress, sponsored by the U.S. House of Representatives

  • National Governors’ Association

  • National Conference of State Legislators 

  • Council of the City of New York

  • Official education commissions and forums in numerous states, including: Ohio, Arizona, South Dakota, Kentucky, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Georgia, Virginia, Texas, Florida and Montana.

  • Court and Legal Hearings in New York City and Los Angeles


Teacher Turnover and Retention and Teacher Voice

Podcast, Art of Teaching, 2021

Why Teachers Quit

Video Interview, Brainwaves Video, 2018

Is There Really a Teacher Shortage?

Ted Talk, American Educational Research Assoc., 2016

The Mathematics and Science Teacher Shortage: Fact And Myth

The Annual William Cohen Lecture, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Annual Meeting, 2008

Teach For America Podcast (part 1)

Podcast, Teach for America, 2014

The Myth of Teacher Shortages

Video Interview, Brainwaves Video, 2018

Why Schools Have Difficulty Staffing Their Classrooms

Keynote Address, Kansas State University, 2017

Recruitment and Retention of Quality Teachers

Keynote Address, Brigham Young University, 2014

The Teacher Shortage: A Case of Wrong Diagnosis And Wrong Prescription.

Keynote Address, Alaska Teacher Placement Job Fair and Expo, 2006

Teach For America Podcast (part 2)

Podcast, Teach for America, 2015

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