Support beginning teachers

Concerning facts about teachers new to the profession

Over 44 percent of new teachers quit within the first five years.

55 percent of educators are thinking about leaving the profession earlier than they had planned.

74 percent of respondents in an American Federation of Teachers poll said they would not recommend the teaching profession to a prospective new teacher.

School administrators are facing increased challenges to fill positions and provide teacher support, and finding a way to retain first-year teachers has never been more important.

Help your team to master the teacher skills that will turn the tide in your school or district. With this newest professional development service for teachers, you will:

  • Understand the feelings and teaching challenges of each phase during a beginning teacher’s career
  • Practice self-care to combat beginning and first-year teacher stress and burnout
  • Avoid the mental pitfalls that so often lead to teachers changing careers
  • Learn effective classroom-management strategies for new teachers and how to maintain positive relationships with students

Put your school or district on the map as a go-to destination for new teachers. Partner with Solution Tree for PD that delivers proven support.

Sharon Kramer“I applaud your efforts and dedication to not only your content but also your students. I am in awe of you. Because the world of education in general is so challenging, I am humbled by teachers’ quiet dedication and determination—particularly our newest educators...”
The Beginning Teacher's Field Guide by Tina H. Boogren

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