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Retaining Teacher Talent

Report 3. Convergence and Contradictions in Teachers’ Perceptions of Policy Reform Ideas

How Do Teachers Who Perceive Themselves to be Effective View Their Teaching Conditions?

As shown in Figure 6, self-perceived effective teachers also are more likely to want a principal who is an excellent instructional leader (i.e., one who frequently observes their classrooms and gives detailed feedback). Moreover, they prefer to work in a school where there is a lot of collaboration and guidance from other instructional experts to one where teachers are freer to design their own lessons (see Figure 7).



 

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