CPS has never had a strong, districtwide program of teacher induction and mentoring to stem an attrition rate that is higher than the national average. Instead, efforts to retain teachers depend on smaller-scale programs and individual principals who make it a goal to empower—and keep—their teachers.
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That is funny...we were told we aren't supposed to sit down either for the same reason haha....He will always be "dr carter"...that is amazing...CPS and all its BS .....I just really wonder about...
What would you not talk about Diego's new interim principal? Where did she come from? Being that the last one was removed I would like more info.