Rethinking Teacher Retention In Hard-To-Staff Schools

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Barbara Holmes
DeJuanna Parker
Jamel Gibson

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Teacher Retention, Administrative Support, Organizational Change, Learning Outcomes

Abstract

National, state, and local educational agencies identify teacher retention as an issue of continuous importance and concern. This report addresses the issue of teacher retention through the lens of administrative effectiveness and involvement, as well as teachers’ intrinsic motivations. Relevant findings include structural framing of the educational environment, student behaviors, school district demands for improvement, and teacher perspectives on administrative support. The report iterates that teacher retention does not have a one-size-fits-all solution, and that each school division and individual school must work purposefully to devise plans to retain its most effective teachers.

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