Preventing (Teacher) Dropout
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Preventing (Teacher) Dropout

Purple States citizen journalists Tamara Briggman and Bert Sobanik investigate presidential campaign rhetoric about "keeping good teachers and getting rid of bad ones." They find that not nearly enough is being done by the schools to retain good teachers, and this is having a detrimental effect on student dropouts.Video by Purple States

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