How many of the 200,000 graduates who’ve studied to be teachers will have a job in the fall? If they do get a job, how long will they stay in the profession? Is it a good time to enter the field? You’ll hear two perspectives: New graduates, still wearing their caps and gowns, and Richard Ingersoll of the University of Pennsylvania, who has followed the trends in teaching for 25 years.
Has the teaching force changed much in the past 25 years? Ingersoll looks at the major trends in teaching to see where it has and where it has not.
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