Urban schools losing out on talented applicants, study finds

10/28/2003 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

The cumbersome, slow-moving hiring process at many urban school districts is alienating top teaching candidates, who often withdraw their applications out of frustration, according to a study by the nonprofit New Teacher Project. Researchers found that large districts' human resources offices lacked urgency, offered inadequate customer service and had too many bureaucratic layers.

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