Special Education Teachers
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This paper explains that special education has traditionally has a high level of attrition. The author points out that there is a sharp disparity in the resources, which go into training a special education educator and the rate at which they leave their teaching positions. This paper examines many of the main themes that are found in the study of attrition and special education; however, no solutions to these issues are given.
From the Paper:"Special education has traditionally has a high level of attrition (Sorrells et al, 2003). There is a sharp disparity in the resources which go into training a special education educator and the rate at which they leave their teaching positions. To be effective in special education, the educator engages in additional training, including state and federal accreditation, and tends to do so at a higher level of investment of personal time and resources. However, the high levels of engagement that it takes to acquire and maintain a profession as a special education teacher does not explain why those within special education tend to leave their positions within the first ten years of teaching. Some school districts tend to see special education teachers leave their positions after only two to three years of teaching."
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