"Their intention is not to remain beyond two years. ... Our view is longer term. ... We're looking to hire teachers who are in this for a career," Goode said.
Duval County on the other hand despite the evidence that they spend more money to train replacements and despite the evidence that few stay beyond their commitment and despite the evidence that putting our least experienced teachers in our toughest schools is bad for our kids can’t get enough of them.
Friends we may be the worst run school district in the state.
Read more at Jacksonville.com: http://jacksonville.com/news/metro/2012-04-27/story/low-teach-america-retention-rate-examined-duval-embraces-program#ixzz1tEnwWNGj