Nearly 30% of Public School Teachers Are ‘Chronically’ Skipping Classes, Study Says


Almost 30 percent of public school teachers are “chronically” skipping classes, according to a Wednesday study. Over 28 percent of public school educators miss 11 or more school days each year, discovered a report from the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, an education policy nonprofit think tank. The study found that public school teachers are three times…


Nearly 30% of Public School Teachers Are ‘Chronically’ Skipping Classes, Study Says
Nearly 30% of Public School Teachers Are ‘Chronically’ Skipping Classes, Study Says

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