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New Teacher Retention

New Teachers May Be Staying In The Field Longer Than Before

The Huffington Post | Rebecca Klein | Posted 01.09.2015 | Politics

New teachers may be staying longer in the education field than in the past, according to a new analysis. About 70 percent of beginning teachers ar...

Fixing the Leaky Bucket: Teacher Recruitment or Retention?

Ellen Moir | Posted 10.01.2014 | Education
Ellen Moir

Recruitment is important, but the leaky bucket is not a challenge we can just recruit ourselves out of. We can attempt to continuously replace these teachers, or we can do what it takes to stem the flow.

How Do We Keep The 'Irreplaceable' Teachers From Leaving?

Posted 11.08.2012 | Education

In a follow-up to its report on teacher retention titled The Irreplaceables, The New Teacher Project examined retention patterns in the District of Co...

Trial by Fire Is Fueling a Crisis in Education -- Let's Stop it Now

Ellen Moir | Posted 12.12.2012 | Education
Ellen Moir

The teaching force today is significantly less experienced than ever before, and far less stable. As the nation hires more teachers, the number of novices in the profession has grown.