Survey: Maryland teachers content, but seek more authority, mentoring

03/5/2010 | Sun (Baltimore), The

About 75% of Maryland teachers are satisfied with their jobs, but many also feel they have little authority and that new teachers lack mentoring and support, according to a statewide survey of 43,000 teachers. The survey also found that "schools that are performing better are engaging teachers more in critical decisions that impact their classroom and their school," said the director of special projects at the New Teacher Center, which ran the study.

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