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Attrition/retention of urban special education teachers: Multi-faceted research and strategic action planning.

This paper reports on a study investigating the issues that most significantly influence urban special education teachers' decisions to leave the field voluntarily or transfer to a different type of educational position. First, it presents the results of post-attrition interviews with 17 special educators who left their positions during or immediately following the 1991-92 school year and then reports results of a survey of 868 special educators in three urban areas.

  • Author/Creator: Morvant, M., Gersten, R., Gillman, J., Keating, T., Blake, G.
  • Date Published: May 25-26, 1995
  • Notes: In: National Dissemination Forum on Issues Relating to Special Education Teacher Satisfaction, Retention and Attrition
  • Publisher: Eugene Research Inst., OR
  • Year: 1995

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