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High attrition rates amongst secondary mathematics and science teachers disrupts students' learning, concerns parents, and magnifies the stressors to which remaining teachers are subjected. The National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality provides a list of strategies for recruiting high school teachers: implement strategies that provide meaningful incentives for prospective teachers; specifically target those teachers with the experience and education to meet the needs of the school; build a relationship and craft a strategy with input from local institutions of higher education; view the strategies as part of a larger effort to recruit and retain high-quality teachers for every subject at every grade level; take advantage of the local supply of potential teachers; use the internet to increase the reach of recruitment efforts; provide high-quality opportunities for people in other professions to transfer into teaching; be selective in accepting candidates from alternative preparation programs; and broaden the diversity of prospective teachers. These tips are broken down into six steps, and examples are provided of programs with remarkably effective recruitment strategies.
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© 2006 Learning Point Associates
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high school teachers, recruitment, retention
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(National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, Washington, 2006), WWW Document, (http://www2.tqsource.org/strategies/recruit/recruithigh.pdf).
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Key Issue: Recruiting Mathematics and Science Teachers at the High School Level (National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, Washington, 2006), <http://www2.tqsource.org/strategies/recruit/recruithigh.pdf>.
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Key Issue: Recruiting Mathematics and Science Teachers at the High School Level. (2006). Retrieved September 1, 2014, from National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality: http://www2.tqsource.org/strategies/recruit/recruithigh.pdf
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National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality. Key Issue: Recruiting Mathematics and Science Teachers at the High School Level. Washington: National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, 2006. http://www2.tqsource.org/strategies/recruit/recruithigh.pdf (accessed 1 September 2014).
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Key Issue: Recruiting Mathematics and Science Teachers at the High School Level. Washington: National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, 2006. 1 Sep. 2014 <http://www2.tqsource.org/strategies/recruit/recruithigh.pdf>.
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