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TitleBeginning Teachers are More Common in Rural, High-Poverty, and Racially Diverse Schools
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PublisherCarsey Institute
DateJuly 2012
Pages6 pp.
DescriptionThis report finds that poor communities have moderately higher percentages of beginning teachers than communities with lower poverty rates and that a higher concentration of minority students in a district is associated with a higher percentage of beginning teachers. The combined impact of poverty, race, and urbanicity has a substantial effect on the probability that a district has a critically high percentage of beginning teachers, indicating a high turnover rate and possible issues of quality.
Filed inDisparities > Education, Children & Youth > Education
TopicsDisparities, Education
Added08/06/2012 11:20am
Updated01/25/2018 08:26am

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