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Improving Teacher Retention

(After $#!] Hit the Fan)

Why do¬†teachers quit? What can you do about it? In this webinar, you will learn…

Why Covid-19 was a catalyst for the Teacher Exodus, but not the root cause.

How to bypass difficult situations with parents by re-focusing attention on the right areas.

How to manage the Snowball Effect, before it's too late. If you haven't read about the Snowball Effect yet, this webinar is for you.

How to reduce the PD time needed for your teachers while increasing their results.

Why ER nurses and School Principals have the same job right now.

What is the most important area of your school to focus on teacher retention in SY 2022-23.

Get a concrete road map to keep your teachers on board.

WHY THEY LEAVE. WHAT YOU CAN DO.

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Hosted by Early Reading Specialist & Innovator

Zachary Silverzweig

Over the past six months, Zach has interviewed over one hundred teachers looking to leave the classroom. For each, he asks the same question: “Why do you want to leave the classroom?”

In this webinar, Zach will share the surprising answer to that question and guide the panelists in a discussion of a simple, easy-to-implement solution that can dramatically change the trajectory of your team’s retention for years to come.

Zach will be joined by three fantastic teachers that are staying in the classroom, from schools in NY, Arizona, and Delaware, who will share their perspectives.

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