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Why Half of Teachers Leave the Classroom: Understanding Recruitment and Retention in Today's Schools


reviewed by Meera Varadharajan — July 22, 2014

coverTitle: Why Half of Teachers Leave the Classroom: Understanding Recruitment and Retention in Today's Schools
Author(s): Carol R. Rinke
Publisher: R&L Education,
ISBN: 1475801688, Pages: 139, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 22, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17616, Date Accessed: 12/22/2014 8:28:32 AM

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  • Meera Varadharajan
    University of Technology, Sydney
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    MEERA VARADHARAJAN has just submitted her doctoral thesis on career change teachers. Her thesis is a phenomenological study that examines the experiences of career change teachers in schools. She is also a research assistant at the University and has worked on a number of projects relating to teacher education. Currently, she is working on the use of flipped learning technology in higher education. Her research interests also extend to early career teachers and their challenges, recruitment and retention of quality teachers and the contribution of career change teachers in this regard, and the role of philosophy in teachers’ lives.
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