Interesting points! And it is beneficial to see how education is doing overseas.
An interesting article appeared in my newsfeed this morning on retaining ‘quality’ teachers.
The first thing that struck me was the use of language. Would the study of retaining teachers have been as newsworthy if there wasn’t ‘quality’ or ‘elite’ teachers to contrast with the legion of ‘bad’ teachers in our classrooms.
There’s often a red herring put out when talking about teacher conditions are talked about in the media that our education system and economy would be better if we fired all that bad teachers. However as this article demonstrates we don’t need to worry about that particular problem.
Our system is doing a great job of getting rid of young teachers.
Welcome to the educational hunger games.
Getting a job – good luck
It disheartens me how many excellent teachers New Zealand loses before they’ve even stepped foot in the classroom. Out of the…
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