Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Improving school climate in four areas (leadership and professional leadership, high academic expectations for students, teacher relationships and collaboration, and school safety and order. could help schools boost student achievement and reduce teacher turnover, according to a study of New York City schools. Data show improvements can lead to the equivalent of an extra month and a half of math instruction and reduce teacher turnover by 25%.
Krafct, M., & Marinell, W. (2016). School organizational contexts, teacher turnover, and student achievement.  New York, NY: Research Alliance for New York City Schools.

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