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Specifically, there is a pressing need to identify how specific sources of support impact secondary J. A. Luft & S. L. ), Newly Hired Teachers of Science, 31–42. © 2015 Sense Publishers. All rights reserved. S. S. WONG ET AL. science teacher attrition over time. , 2011), it is necessary to examine perceived support by new teachers in light of subject-area. Therefore, this study explored the impact of perceived support on science teacher retention. This mixed-methods study included 114 teachers in their first year of teaching.
1997). , 1997) due to various factors, including inadequate support in the work environment (Corbell, Booth, & Reiman, 2010; Ingersoll & Perda, 2009). Therefore, support is an important factor in teachers’ perception of job satisfaction that is linked to teacher retention rates. Studies show that lack of teacher support is a key reason for job dissatisfaction and teacher attrition (Certo & Fox, 2002; Yee, 1990). However, little or no research has examined how specific sources of support impact teacher attrition.
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