Expert: Australian teacher satisfaction could improve with changes

11/19/2009 | Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Australia), The

According to the Australian Education Union's annual survey of new teachers, their top concern is classroom violence and bad student behaviour -- and it may be why many new teachers are quitting and about half plan to leave the profession, an education expert writes in this opinion column. Kevin Donnelly suggests that conditions could improve if principals were given more autonomy over school operations.

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