1 edition of Elementary schools enrolment, teachers and teaching areas, September 30, 1966. found in the catalog.
Elementary schools enrolment, teachers and teaching areas, September 30, 1966.
by Ontario Department of Education, Education Data Centre in [Toronto]
Written in English
|Contributions||Ontario. Education Data Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 841 p.|
|Number of Pages||841|
BHS'66'ers enjoyed a phenomenally good collection of teachers. The town and district were regarded as a nice place to live, and many senior teachers had passed up opportunities for promotion in order to stay there. But rather than vegetating, they committed to their adopted town, and put a great deal of effort into their teaching. To examine elementary school teachers’ reasons for staying in their current schools a quantitative and qualitative design is conducted. A self-administered survey is used to gather data from 20 teachers per school. In addition, participants volunteered to participate in focus groups.
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