How an LMS can help teachers keep older students engaged

A version of this post was originally published on February 4, 2020, in Open Access Government.

The number of middle school teachers has fallen dramatically in the last decade or so. Teachers everywhere point to high levels of stress, long working hours, unclear expectations, and not enough support as the main issues behind their decision to part ways with the education system. The teacher shortage is real and growing.

With smaller numbers of teachers, it’s easy for middle schools to fall in the vicious cycle of poor performance: fewer teachers means bigger classes, which means each student gets less teaching attention, which leads to worse grades, which reflect poorly on the teacher’s professional performance, which makes them want to get out of the system.

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