Labor Market Adjustments in Elementary and Secondary Teaching: The Reaction to the "Teacher Surplus"
by Dwayne Ward - 1975
This paper represents an attempt to entertain the following central question and related issues: What reactions have emerged from individuals and institutions in response to the supply of qualified elementary and secondary teachers being greater than the quantity that school districts are willing to employ? In other words, what is the adjustment that is occurring to the teacher surplus?
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