Teacher Effectiveness, Mobility, and Attrition in Florida

Teacher Effectiveness, Mobility, and Attrition in FloridaWest and Chingos’ paper was prepared in 2008 under the auspices of the Kennedy School of Government. The abstract states:  A clear majority of the state’s most effective teachers do not remain in their initial schools only four years into their career, and these same teachers are no less likely to leave their profession all together than the least effective.  Schools with high performing students do a far better job than most of retaining their most effective teachers and dismissing their least effective.

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