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written by Susan Moore Johnson
The challenge of attracting and retaining quality teachers is heightened by increased pressure for district and school accountability, often in the form of high-stakes testing and mandated curricular standards. In response to these mandates, districts are introducing reforms and initiatives at a frenetic pace. As a result, new teachers are struggling to learn their craft in dynamic and frequently chaotic environments.
Research done by the Project on the Next Generation of Teachers suggests that the key to addressing shortages lies not in attractive recruitment policies but in support and training for new teachers at the school site. For it is in schools and classrooms where teachers must find success and satisfaction. It is there they will decide whether or not to continue to teach.
Series Name:  Harvard Education Letter
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mentoring, retention
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S. Johnson, , Harvard Education Letter, 2001, WWW Document, (https://www.hepg.org/hel-home/issues/17_4/helarticle/retaining-the-next-generation-of-teachers_167).
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S. Johnson, Retaining the Next Generation of Teachers: The Importance of School-Based Support, Harvard Education Letter, 2001, <https://www.hepg.org/hel-home/issues/17_4/helarticle/retaining-the-next-generation-of-teachers_167>.
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Johnson, S. (2001). Retaining the Next Generation of Teachers: The Importance of School-Based Support. Retrieved December 6, 2022, from https://www.hepg.org/hel-home/issues/17_4/helarticle/retaining-the-next-generation-of-teachers_167
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Johnson, Susan Moore. "Retaining the Next Generation of Teachers: The Importance of School-Based Support." In Harvard Education Letter. 2001. https://www.hepg.org/hel-home/issues/17_4/helarticle/retaining-the-next-generation-of-teachers_167 (accessed 6 December 2022).
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Johnson, Susan Moore. Retaining the Next Generation of Teachers: The Importance of School-Based Support. 2001. 6 Dec. 2022 <https://www.hepg.org/hel-home/issues/17_4/helarticle/retaining-the-next-generation-of-teachers_167>.
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