Pelos States

Agradecendo ao V. Teodoro a referência. Como se vê, a solução não é nada que não nos tenha ocorrido por cá (excepto aos decisores).

Federal relief funds can provide a down payment on long-needed investments in the education workforce

O Facto De Não Ser Apenas Por Cá…

… apenas serve para demonstrar que o modo de “governança” dos recursos humanos na Educação se globalizou e transversalizou, de acordo com a lógica da erosão do investimento nos serviços públicos. E que é comum a governos de Direita e de Esquerda, ou que ainda passa por isso. Por cá, a culpa não nasceu com a troika. embora queiram fazer acreditar isso a quem perdeu a memória ou não a chegou a ter.

Teachers all over the country describe problems that touch every aspect of our culture and society, from technology dependence to stats-obsessed bureaucracy to a post-COVID behavior crisis.

Apesar disso:

Why Most Teachers Who Say They Plan To Leave the Profession Probably Won’t Do So Anytime Soon

(…) Based on our research, we think it unlikely that most teachers who say they plan to leave teaching as soon as possible will actually leave this school year.

However, if even one-third of teachers who say they’re leaving the profession do so, that would be significantly more than the 8% of teachers who leave in an average year.

Teachers are clearly sounding the alarm about stress, burnout, dissatisfaction with school and district leadership, and other working conditions – even if they do stay in their jobs.

Lá Por Fora

Will There Really Be a Mass Exodus of Teachers?

Survey after survey says the same thing: Teachers are tired and stressed—and ready to quit. But will the nation really see a mass teacher exodus in the coming year?

Typically, 8 percent of teachers leave the profession every year. There’s no national data yet to say whether teachers have left the profession in the past two years at a higher volume, even though multiple recent surveys have sounded the alarm that teachers are preparing to head for the exit. In one stunning example, the National Education Association surveyed about 3,600 of its members in January and found that 55 percent of respondents said they are more likely to leave or retire from education sooner than planned because of the pandemic.

“This is a five-alarm crisis,” NEA President Becky Pringle said in a statement, adding that the staff shortages in schools have left teachers burnt out and unable to give students the one-on-one attention they need.


Amid Fear and Censorship, Florida School Districts Are Pulling Books Off Shelves in Public Schools

You Just Can’t Tell the Truth About America Anymore

There is a dangerous censoriousness pulsing through American society. In small towns and big cities alike, would-be commissars are fighting, in the name of a distinct minority of Americans, to stifle open discussion and impose their views on the community at large. Dissenters, when they speak out, …