Summary of results for the South Carolina teacher exit survey from the 2020-2021 pilot administration
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South Carolina Teacher Education
SubjectTeacher turnover--South Carolina; Teachers--South Carolina--Attitudes; Teacher mobility--South Carolina; Educational surveys--South Carolina
This report summarizes results from a survey that sought to understand reasons teachers in South Carolina leave their teaching positions. All SC teachers currently undergo an exit interview designed by the school districts that lacks consistency across the state. These exit interviews are often conducted in-person with their supervisor where teachers might not feel comfortable to share information about their decision to leave their position, particularly if related to school/district administration. The goal of this study was to pilot a survey yielding anonymous responses with a sample of exiting teachers to provide initial insight on their reasons for leaving.
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