Teachers Quit More Than Most Jobs – There’s A Reason


"Richard Ingersoll taught algebra and social studies in public and private high schools for almost six years before leaving the profession and obtaining a doctorate in sociology, he is now a professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Education. in higher education in search of answers to one of the most important problems of teaching: the rotation of teachers.

The teaching, says Ingersoll, "was originally built as this temporary line of work for women before they got their real job, which was raising families, or temporary for men until they moved out of the classroom and became administrators. in progress. "". * Ana Kasparian, Ben Mankiewicz and Michael Shure analyze The Young Turks.

* Read more here from Liz Riggs / The Atlantic:

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