Recent Poll Reveals Staggering Results on Teacher Satisfaction and Retention
Published: Oct. 13, 2022 at 5:19 PM CDT
BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - This school year, a staggering number of North Dakota teachers have given the education field a poor grade.
An August poll done by North Dakota United, shows disheartening statistics involving teacher retention, and their overall satisfaction.
“91% thought they would retire as a teacher when they went into that profession. That number is now down to about 45%,” says North Dakota United president, Nick Archuleta.
Archuleta says that 90% of polled teachers that have left the profession, or considered leaving, did so because of the political discord that has recently surrounded K-12 education.
North Dakota United says they are working on ways to boost morale after poll results.
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