Majority black schools in Georgia most likely to have inexperienced teachers

Majority black schools in Georgia are most likely to be staffed with inexperienced teachers than majority white schools, a problem the state Professional Standards Commission is seeking to redress. Among the reasons that this may be so is that teacher turnover at minority schools tends to be higher than in white majority schools.

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