Teaching A Non Profit Organization Working

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Introduction Students need teachers in order to be successful. According to Alliance of Education over half a million teachers decide to leave teaching profession every year and costing the United States 2.2 billion (Haynes, 2014). New Teacher Center (NTC) a non-profit organization working all over the United States schools to form program that help with teacher effectiveness (Alliance for Education, 2014). The school district’s and states are hit in the pocket, but teacher and students pay the hardest price, said Bob Wise, President of the Alliance for Excellent Education (Amos, 2014). Kopkowski (2008), mentioned the turnover rate is 17 percent nationally for teachers and the inner-city it goes up to 20 percent, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. The aim of the study is mentoring novice teachers is closely linked with job satisfaction and teacher remaining in the classroom. According to the U. S. Department of Education (2013), Teacher Follow-up Survey that 51 percent of teachers left public school because teacher workload outweighed other professions. In the 2011-12 school year 84 percent of teachers of 3, 377,900 kept teaching, 8 percent move to other school, and the 8 percent left after one year (U. S. Department of Education, 2012). Induction for novice teachers is a major topic in the policy and reform (Ingersoll, 2012). Weale (2015) mentioned that out of 10 teachers 4 will leave the profession within a year, over 11,000 leave
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