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Teacher recruitment and retention is a topic of major interest, and the Regional Educational Laboratory Southeast (REL-SE) has previously done work in this area for other clients. Those documents, EBE reports #41 and #56 are attached. Because approximately one year has passed since those responses were completed, for this request REL-SE staff conducted searches of the Internet and UNCG (University of North Carolina at Greensboro) online education databases for subsequent research and studies concentrating on the use of teacher recruitment and retention practices. REL-SE staff members also consulted relevant non-profit organizations (AIR, Mathematica, NASSP, etc.) as well as U.S. government websites (U.S. ED, GAO, IES, WWC, etc.) for recent articles, evaluations, and research regarding teacher recruitment and retention techniques and initiatives. A summary of the conclusions from the two most recent comprehensive looks at the topic (Guarino, Santibanez, & Daley, 2006) and Center for Educator Compensation Reform (2007) is included. An annotated bibliography is included.

Descriptors: Evidence, Educational Research, Teacher Recruitment, Teacher Persistence, Faculty Mobility, Institutional Characteristics, Teacher Characteristics, Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Salaries, Beginning Teachers, Experienced Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Alternative Teacher Certification, Beginning Teacher Induction, Annotated Bibliographies

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Author: Regional Educational Laboratory Southeast

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=5187&id=ED537096







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