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TEACHER RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION

Recruiting and retaining high quality instructors has historically been challenging for schools that operate inside of juvenile justice facilities–for a number of reasons including a perception of unsafe working conditions, isolated facilities, and the belief that schools in juvenile justice facilities are not places where teachers will have the chance to grow and develop. At CEEAS we know how critical it is to get our nation’s best teachers into these schools. We help juvenile justice agencies transform their recruiting, training and evaluation, and teacher support processes–with the goal if improving the quality of their teaching corps and improving teacher retention (ensuring that high quality, dedicated teachers remain and underperformers do not). We work with partners to develop tailored recruiting practices, revamp and improve teacher training and evaluation programming, and implement practices that encourage high performing teachers to stay.

If you are interested in learning more about working with CEEAS on teacher recruitment and retention matter, please email  David Domenici.

 

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