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Critical staff shortages in special education are forcing increased attention to the issues of recruitment and retention of qualified special education teaching staff. A growing sense of urgency surrounds these issues, and as the shortages become increasingly chronic and severe, they are creating a condition of crisis nationally (National Association of State Directors of Special Education, [NASDSE], 1990). Declining enrollments in special education teacher preparation programs compose one facet of the problem by reducing the available supply of new teachers. The 37% reduction in special education graduates between 1984 and 1988 ...
A focus on mutual respect between employees and supervisors, appropriate pay, benefits and rewards, as well as recognition of performance excellence, are key ingredients of an effective employee retention program. The importance of putting such actions into practice generally is well understood by most managers, but actually doing them takes time, so they are often left for another day. However, the payoff of focusing on employee retentionâin terms of increased performance, productivity, employee morale and quality of work, plus a reduction in both turnover and employee-related ... Read More
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