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North Carolina Teacher Retention Data

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North Carolina Teacher Retention Data
Ann Bullock
Louis Warren
Department of Curriculum and
Instruction &
The Office of Teacher Education
College of Education
East Carolina University
Broad Research Questions
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Are any North Carolina school systems
retaining new hires for four or more years at
a rate of 66.7% or better?
If so, what practice are these systems using
to retain these teachers?
Data Framework
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New teacher hires retention by North
Carolina school systems
Hiring years of teachers: 1995-2004
Data were divided into three categories
Data Categories
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Three Categories
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Teachers with no experience [primarily those
through a traditional teacher preparation program]
Teachers with experience [experience
somewhere in the nation]
Teachers who were hired as lateral entry
Analysis Decisions
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Systems were identified that kept 2/3 of their new
teacher hires that began a 2nd year in each category
Systems were identified that kept new teacher hires
that began a 5th year with that system
Systems were identified that kept new teacher hires
for 3 of the 4 years continuously at a rate of 66.7%
or greater
What was discovered from the Data?
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Out of the 115 North Carolina School
Systems:
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71 systems kept new hires with no
experience for a second year
43 systems kept new hires with experience
for a second year
20 systems kept new hires with lateral entry
licensure for a second year
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You Predict……
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Predict how many of the school systems kept
these new hires for the 4th year
New Hires Retention at the end of 4th
Year: No Experience
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Out of the 71 systems that kept new hires
with no experience for a 2nd year, 5 systems
retained those original new hires with no
experience at a rate of 66.7% at the end of
their four years
New Hires Retention at the end of 4th
Year : Teachers with Experience
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Out of the 43 systems that kept new hires
with experience for a second year,
3 systems retained these original new hires
with experience at the end of their 4th year
New Hires Retention at the end of 4th
Year : Lateral Entry New Hires
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Out of the 20 systems that kept lateral entry
new hires for a second year,
1 system retained these original new hires
with a lateral entry license at a rate of 66.7%
rate at the end of their 4th year.
Combining Categories Data
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There were 8 North Carolina school systems
that kept all three categories of teachers at a
rate of 66.7% or greater for a second year.
The Eight School Systems
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Duplin
Forsyth
Granville
Henderson
Kings Mountain
McDowell
Montgomery
Moore
Retention Relationships among the
Eight Systems
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There were no retention relationships among
the eight systems based on:
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Teacher stipends
School violence
School size
Location
Retention Relationships among the
Eight Systems
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We could not find any variables that makes a
difference among the eight systems
3rd Year Retention
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No school system in North Carolina retained
new teacher hires in all three categories at
rate of 66.7% or greater at the end of the
3rd year.
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