‘I hate schools with a lot of complaints’… “The higher the parent’s interest, the higher the teacher’s telegram”

An analysis came out that the higher the parents’ interest, the more often the teacher transfers.

It is interpreted as meaning that the demands stemming from parents’ excessive interest can form a work environment that discourages teachers’ work and avoids them.

According to the thesis ‘Analysis of the relationship between teacher telegram and teacher concentration’ presented at the 2023 annual conference of the Korean Educational Association on the 13th (Ph. was found to have a positive (+) effect.

The paper presented these results based on teacher telegram스포츠토토 data from 887 public elementary schools in Gyeonggi-do from 2012 to 2019.

The transfer rate was calculated as the ratio of teachers who left school to teachers who were in service, and the ratio of teachers who transferred in the following year. Parental interest was measured by the ratio of the number of services requested by parents to the school per student.

According to the analysis, an increase in the ratio of parents’ service applications per student has a significant effect on increasing the teacher turnover rate.

This can be interpreted as meaning that the higher the level of parental interest, the more likely teachers avoid and try to move out after only completing the prescribed number of years of service.

In addition to parental interest, it was analyzed that the number of students per teacher and the ratio of contract teachers also acted as factors that increased the transfer rate.

The thesis analyzed that this is because the higher the number of students per teacher, the more difficult it is to communicate with students and individualized guidance, which tends to increase the burden on teachers.

Schools with a high proportion of contract teachers are more likely to be in areas that are not preferred to full-time teachers, which can lead to higher transfer rates, the paper said. Currently, in the transfer process of each education office, full-time teachers are given priority, and contract teachers often fill the vacancy.

On the other hand, school size was a factor in lowering the transfer rate.

Large schools seem to be preferred compared to small schools because the division of work is systematic and subdivided, and teachers have less chores.

The problem is that schools that can be seen as shunned schools due to their high transfer rate can be filled with less experienced teachers.

In the case of preferred schools where competition is fierce in the teacher transfer process, most education offices give preference to teachers with a lot of experience. In other words, low-career teachers who were pushed out of the competition could flock to the school to be avoided.

The research team emphasized, “There are still incentives for teachers who work in schools to avoid, but we need to rigorously identify the level of incentives that can function more effectively.”

He added, “Based on an accurate understanding of the level of burden teachers feel according to the characteristics of each school, it is necessary to adjust the teacher quota and provide work support at the unit school.”

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