Date of Award
Dissertation (799 registration)
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership
trauma-informed workplace, job satisfaction, teacher attrition, mobility
Teacher attrition and turnover have been widely studied to understand the reason for the number of teachers moving each year or leaving the profession altogether. Researchers have attempted to understand the contributing factors that lead to teacher movement and attrition, yet a knowledge gap exists between understanding the problem and finding solutions. The aim of this study was to investigate how implementing trauma-informed practices in the workplace impacts teacher mobility and attrition. A grounded theory approach was taken, which data from interviews to investigate the problem. Teachers who have left the profession or have moved from a position were interviewed to gain a deeper understanding of the problem and potential solutions. Future research may include implementing the findings of this research to measure the effect on teacher attrition and movement.
Pahl, Amy and Pahl, Amy L., "Addressing Teacher Attrition Through Trauma-Informed Practices in the Workplace" (2022). Dissertations, Theses, and Projects. 714.
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