Are shortened teacher careers bad for students?

08/27/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Shorter teaching careers are common in charter schools where young teachers and administrators move quickly up the career ladder. Noting that research shows teacher turnover affects student achievement, critics argue that the shortened careers of teachers are bad for students. However, charter leaders say intensive teacher training and mentoring programs bring new teachers up to speed quickly.

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