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Document Number: 7107

Certification and Private School Teachers' Transfers to Public Schools - This report examines teachers' transitions between public and private schools for teachers with and without certifications in the subjects they teach. In three out of four time periods examined, higher percentages of movers who held state certification in year two of the time period only switched to public schools than did those without regular state certifications in their main assignment in either year of the time period. In all four time periods for which data were collected, higher percentages of movers with regular state certifications in both years of the time period moved to public schools than did their peers without the certification. However, regardless of certification status, 11% or fewer of private school teachers changed schools during any 2-year period. (Emily W. Holt, Mary McLaughlin and Daniel J. McGrath, National Center for Education Statistics, September 2006) ...


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