Schools nationwide lose between $1 billion and $2.2 billion annually in costs related to teacher attrition -- with high-poverty, high-minority schools being hit the hardest, according to a recent study from the Alliance for Excellent Education. While the cost is high, the greater loss is that of "human potential" in already hard-to-staff schools, said Bob Wise, president of the alliance.

Full Story:
T.H.E. Journal

Related Summaries