Preparation Matters: How Yes, Inc. is Impacting Students on Day one in the Classroom
We sat down with Jamie Payne, a former Pre-K Teacher at SouthWest Prep Academy, to find out how Yes, inc.'s Educator Effectiveness Process (EEP) has helped teachers become an effective teacher on day one.
Educator Effectiveness Process (EEP): How Yes, Inc. is impacting school districts!
We sat down with Larry Jenkins, Assistant Superintendent of Texas Serenity Academy Charter Schools, to find out how the Educator Effectiveness Process (EEP) has helped his district experience overall growth.
4 Ways Teacher Turnover is Hurting Education
Teacher retention seems to be an ongoing conversation. “Why are teachers leaving?” and “Where are they going?” are among other recurring questions surrounding the issue. This is not a surprise since a large factor in the effectiveness of a school is based on the school’s ability to hire and retain effective educators. In the past, teacher shortages have led districts to hire teachers who are not fully prepared or qualified to teach. In fact, 90% of all teacher shortages are caused by teachers leaving the profession. Most teachers leave due to dissatisfaction with teaching. For these reasons, teacher attrition in the United States is twice as high as in most high-achieving countries. This blog will identify 4 ways teacher turnover is hurting education all over the nation.
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