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Each year school districts across the United States are faced with the task of hiring the best teachers they can for the open positions in their schools. In many urban

Each year school districts across the United States are faced with the task of hiring the best teachers they can for the open positions in their schools. In many urban school districts, this task can be particularly daunting. Compared to suburban school districts, urban school districts tend to have higher teacher exit rates, which places additional strain upon the districts’ schools and their resources. Research shows that there are many factors associated with teachers’ decisions to stay at or leave a school.

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    • Doctoral Dissertation Educational Administration and Supervision 2020

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