Why is there a shortage of minority teachers?

10/26/2011 | Education Week Teacher

The number of minority teachers has nearly doubled in the past 20 years, but there remains a shortage that an analysis attributes to a difficult work environment in urban schools. The study, conducted by the University of Pennsylvania, reports that minority teachers are more likely than their peers to leave their jobs, often doing so because of working conditions.

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