High turnover prompts schools to offer incentives

08/27/2007 | NYTimes.com

Near complete turnover in some high-poverty schools has leaders in New York and Los Angeles offering signing bonuses of $5,000; Guilford County, N.C., offered Algebra I recruits a $10,000 bonus to sign on. Turnover may be costing U.S. schools some $7 billion annually, the National Commission on Teaching and America's Future found.

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