Why Precisely Do Teachers Leave High Poverty Schools?
Larry Ferlazzo with Angel L. Cintron Jr. and Paul Bruno
In this segment we speak with two teachers who work at high poverty schools in pursuit of understanding exactly why some teachers leave while others stay.
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February 13, 2014 Classroom Q & A
Angel L. Cintron Jr., is a 7th-grade social studies teacher at Charles Hart Middle School in Washington, D.C. He is also a 2014 CityBridge Foundation Education Innovation Fellow. Paul Bruno teaches middle school science in Los Angeles, having relocated from Oakland. He also blogs about education on his personal site and at This Week in Education.
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