Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
Dr. Elizabeth Minor
Kavita Kapadia Matsko
In this study, the researcher investigated the relationship between the preservice preparation and attrition in the field of teachers employed at Chicago Public Schools. The researcher administered a survey to teachers working in Chicago and its neighboring suburbs, and their responses revealed their perceptions about their preparation program and their real-world experiences in the classroom. The results indicated that new teachers need coursework in the areas of classroom management, social-emotional skill integration, and cultural competence. The expectation is that the findings will support the creation of a uniform policy for all universities to implement nationwide. Such a program could result in better-prepared teachers with higher job satisfaction, thereby mitigating teacher loss.
Trujillo, Gerardo, "The Relationship Between Teacher Preparation and Attrition in the Teaching Field" (2021). Dissertations. 568.