Teacher Turnover and the Future of Literacy: How to Hold On
Despite obstacles like fewer candidates to hire and burnout, schools can still improve teacher retention and bolster students’ educational experiences. How? By investing in teachers’ knowledge, skills, and careers.
Provided with new professional learning programs—among other retention efforts—teachers are more likely to feel energized by their jobs and empowered by their administrators. This matters for literacy teachers, especially, because reading and writing are the cornerstones for continued success across all subjects. Improving literacy improves overall student performance, and with that comes greater gratification for teachers.
In this on-demand webinar, Dr. Liz Brooke, Lexia’s chief learning officer, outlines how schools can double-down on teacher retention to achieve success for all students.
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