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Retaining Early Childhood Teachers: What Factors Contribute to High Job Satisfaction?

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NZ International Research in Early Childhood Education journal
The results of a study on why early childhood teachers leave their jobs and factors such as better adult-to-child ratios that contribute to satisfaction in the workplace. Read the full paper below. Or to order a pdf copy of the article go to the main NZIRECE Journal page.

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