Education Articles 01/02/2014


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“In 1988, there were about 65,000 first-year teachers; by 2008, this number had grown to over 200,000 In 1988, the most common teacher was a veteran with 15 years of teaching experience. By 2008, the most common teacher was not a gray-haired veteran; he or she was a beginner in the first year of teaching. By that year, a quarter of the teaching force had five years or less of experience.” Data shows that between 40-50 percent of teachers leave within the first five years of their careers. This article goes into details.

One author’s thoughts about why teachers quit and why they stay.

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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