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Analyzing Teacher Mobility and Retention: Part 2

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  • Institute of Education Sciences

This applied research methods report is a guide for state and local education agency policymakers and their analysts who are interested in studying teacher mobility and retention. This report is the second in a two-part set and builds on the foundational information in Report 1. This report presents guidance on how to interpret differences in mobility and retention rates by teacher, school, or district characteristics; analyze year-to-year trends in mobility and retention; compare mobility and retention rates across districts or states; and examine how the implementation of a policy related to teachers might be associated with teacher mobility or retention.

Specifically, this report covers:

  • Interpreting differences in mobility and retention rates by teacher, school, or district characteristics.
  • Analyzing year-to-year trends in mobility and retention.
  • Comparing mobility and retention across districts or states.
  • Examining how the implementation of a state or district policy related to teachers might be associated with teacher mobility or retention.
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Publisher:Department of Education (ED)
Published:April 26, 2021
License:Public Domain

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