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The Teacher Exodus: Reversing the Trend and Keeping Teachers in the Classrooms

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The Teacher Exodus: Reversing the Trend and Keeping Teachers in the Classrooms is an authentic examination of many of the reasons public school teachers are leaving the profession. It also takes a hard look at why students are no longer selecting teaching as their career choice. American culture is at a tipping point and many politicians and bureaucrats are tinkering with ...more
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Published June 2nd 2018 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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Kristin Eoff
Jun 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This book provides a much-needed pro-teacher perspective on many of the problems currently leading teachers to leave the profession. The book concentrates mostly on the United States, but its precepts can be applied to teachers in almost any country. The author posits that teachers are not being supported by administrators or legislators and need more training and support to address the growing problems of hostile students and parents. By looking at problems from a teacher's point of view, Dr. Z ...more
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