Rural Schools Get Creative to Recruit Teachers
Enticing teachers into low-achieving classrooms is not just an urban problem. It also exists in rural districts, requiring creative marketing in some instances.
The task of enticing teachers into high poverty, low achievement classrooms is not just an urban problem. It also exists in rural districts, requiring, in some instances, creative marketing to highlight small classes and meaningful student relationships over financial and cultural incentives. (Slate)
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