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Will You Be Here Next Year?

It’s tough to recruit and keep qualified teachers in remote, Native American schools in San Juan County, Utah. But consistency and trust make a really big difference for kids’ success, so Navajo, Ute, and Hopi tribes set out to find a solution …

Learn more about San Juan School District's Quality Teacher Incentive Program (QTIP)

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The Value Of Teachers

From KUER News
<blockquote class="embedly-card"><h4><a href="http://kuer.org/post/will-you-be-here-next-year-keeping-teachers-navajo-reservation">'Will You Be Here Next Year?': Keeping Teachers On The Navajo Reservation</a></h4><p>Teacher turnover is a struggle for a lot of schools. A new teacher is hired, they teach for a year or two and then *poof* they're gone. It's often the worst at schools where poverty is high and student achievement is low, but an elementary school in the heart of Utah's Monument Valley might have a solution.</p></blockquote> <script async src="//cdn.embedly.com/widgets/platform.js" charset="UTF-8"></script>
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