A new report from Chalkbeat discusses recent findings on the consequences of midyear teacher turnover.
Student performance suffers greatly when a teacher leaves in the midst of the school year, and the article cites three main reasons why:
- Disruption in the classroom when a teacher leaves
- Instability in a school where teachers are exiting midyear
- Less effective teachers replacing those who depart
For more information on the issue, check out the Chalkbeat website.
Zach DiSchiano is the communications specialist at TASB HR Services. Email Zach.