So, this month State Supt. Catherine Truitt wrote that “attrition rates” in our teaching force have been relatively stable.
“The results: remarkable stability. Overall, North Carolina teacher attrition increased from 7.5% to 8.2%. Of the 94,328 teachers employed by the state, 624 more left the teaching profession than the year before. In fact, dissatisfaction within the teaching profession fell 35% from the prior year, with 137 teachers in the 2019-20 year versus 89 in 2020-21.”
Maybe she should look at TeachNC?
That’s just teaching vacancies.
It’s up over 300 vacancies since Truitt’s op-ed appeared less than three weeks ago.