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Teacher attrition and mobility

Michael T. Luekens

Teacher attrition and mobility

results from the teacher follow-up survey, 2000-01

by Michael T. Luekens

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Published by National Center for Education Statistics in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Statistics,
  • Teachers,
  • Supply and demand

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichael T. Luekens ... [et al.].
    ContributionsNational Center for Education Statistics
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMLCM 2006/11289
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 72 p. ;
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25312761M
    LC Control Number2004451669
    OCLC/WorldCa56607486

    mobility, and attrition. Teacher 91 school year, as well as longitudinal almost half of Texas retention refers to the proportion of data on teachers from other states, are teachers had left the classroom. teachers in one year who are still used for comparison of retention, teaching in the following year. Of mobility, and attrition. In Bloland and Selby's review of earlier literature on teacher attrition (), educational attainment relates littlewith teacher mobility. Their conclusions agrees partially with the more recent research of Marso and Pigge ().

    Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Teacher attrition and mobility x, 72 p. (OCoLC) Online version: Teacher attrition and mobility. The TFS sample includes teachers who leave teaching in the year after the SASS data collection and those who continue to teach. The objective of TFS is to provide information about teacher mobility and attrition among elementary and secondary school teachers who teach in grades K in the 50 states and the District of Columbia.

    variables associated with teacher retention and mobility. For all teachers statewide o Full-time teachers are more likely to stay in the same school, less likely to move within district or out of district, and less likely to exit than part-time teachers. o High school teachers are more likely to exit or move out of district thanFile Size: KB. This paper examines teacher labor mobility within and out of the teaching profession. Previous studies of teacher mobility treat attrition as a binary choice where inter-district transfers are grouped with stayers or exits. Either case ignores the possibility that transfer attrition may be influenced by different factors than exit by:


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Teacher attrition and mobility by Michael T. Luekens Download PDF EPUB FB2

NOTE: “Movers” are teachers who were still teaching in the current school year but had moved to a different school after the base year (–12). There public school movers with 1–3 years of teaching experience, andpublic school movers with 4 or more years of teaching Size: KB.

Moreover, teacher mobility patterns play an important role in the equitable education of all students, and there is strong evidence of inequities in access to highly effective instruction across. The Teacher Follow-up Survey (TFS) is a follow-up of a sample of the elementary and secondary school teachers Teacher attrition and mobility book participated in the previous year’s Schools and Staffing.

Survey (SASS). The TFS sample includes teachers who leave teaching in the year after the SASS data collection and those who continue to Size: 1MB.

Get this from a library. Texas teacher retention, mobility, and attrition. [Texas Education Agency. Policy Analysis and Evaluation Division.; Teacher Supply, Demand, and Quality Policy Research Project (Tex.);]. Study of Teacher Workforce in Montgomery County Public Schools: Attrition and Mobility Juan Carlos Davila Valencia, M.S., Julie Wade, M.S., and Elizabeth Cooper-Martin, Ph.D.

Factors related to elementary teacher mobility: Teachers with a master’s degree or higher were more likely to move than their peers with lower degreesFile Size: 2MB.

The Theories and Determinants of Teacher Attrition and Retention By Tuan D. Nguyen Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Vanderbilt University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY in Leadership and Policy Studies J Nashville, Tennessee Approved:File Size: 2MB.

Teacher Retention and Attrition: A Review of the Literature. The teaching profession and the essential roles teachers play in building the human capital base of any nation cannot be underestimated.

These essential roles are central to basic education, most especially in developing nations. Estimates of Peer Teacher Quality and Teacher Mobility. 14 D. Mobility and the Distribution of Teacher Quality () analyzes the relationship between teacher attrition and teacher value-added in Washington State while Boyd, et al.

() and Goldhaber, Gross and Player() analyze both attrition and inter-school File Size: 1MB. Teacher Turnover: State by State. The highest region of turnover for teachers in the US is the South, with almost 17% turnover annually. While the South has the largest congregate turnover rate, however, the biggest issues in turnover cannot be relegated to just one area of the country.

Issues regarding teacher retention is a national : Blair Pircon. Average retention, attrition, and mobility rates varied by district, but rates among administrators varied more than rates among teachers 4 Teachers left the West Virginia public school system at different rates depending on their years of experience, highest degree earned, national board certification status, and annual salary 5File Size: 1MB.

ERIC ED Public School Teacher Attrition and Mobility in the First Five Years: Results from the First through Fifth Waves of the Beginning Teacher Longitudinal Study.

First Look. NCES Item Preview. Teacher Turnover in Michigan A Look at Teacher Mobility and Attrition Rates Michigan Department of Education. Today's newest teachers face tough job odds, high turnover - Duration: These findings suggest that teacher attrition and mobility from HPRS schools could be slowed by strategic placement of teachers based on their beliefs about students in poverty and students of color.

Keywords: high poverty schools, racially isolated schools, school climate, teacher mobility, teacher attritionCited by: 9. 6 Teacher Attrition and Mobility: Results from the Teacher Follow-up Survey, – ■ Of leavers who reported that their main occupational status in –01 was working, private school leavers (67 percent) were more likely than public school leavers (32 percent) to be employed in the private sector (table 13).

The study’s description of retention, mobility, and attrition among Kentucky’s public school teachers provides a foundation on which education leaders may consider policies and program strategies to promote a stable public school teaching force.

Every four years, the National Center for Education Statistics provides the public with the best available national estimates of teacher attrition and mobility.

The estimates come from the Teacher Follow-Up Survey (TFS), which is a supplement to the Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), a much larger national survey of teachers that is also conducted every four. BTLS first began in the –08 school year as part of SASS, and follow-ups were conducted in the –09 school year (together with the Teacher Follow-up Survey [TFS]) and the –10 school year (as a stand-alone data collection).

Similar Items. Teacher attrition and mobility results from the teacher follow-up survey / Published: () Teacher attrition and mobility results from the Teacher Follow-up Survey, / Published: () Principal attrition and mobility results from the principal follow-up survey / by: Battle, Danielle.

These findings suggest that teacher attrition and mobility from HPRS schools could be slowed by strategic placement of teachers based on their beliefs about students in poverty and students of color. Routledge. Available from: Taylor & Francis, Ltd.

Chestnut Street SuitePhiladelphia, PA Cited by: 9. Request PDF | Teacher Attrition and Mobility: Results from the Teacher Follow-Up Survey.

First Look. NCES | This report presents selected findings from the Current Teacher. Teacher Retention and Attrition: Views of Early Career Teachers John Buchanan Anne Prescott Sandy Schuck Peter Aubusson Paul Burke Jordan Louviere University of Technology, Sydney Introduction The provision and maintenance of quality teachers in .Beginning English Teacher Attrition Mobility And - Free download Ebook, Handbook, Textbook, User Guide PDF files on the internet quickly and easily.Teacher attrition and mobility in urban districts: Evidence from Wisconsin.