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Why Teachers Don't Look Like Us: Critical Race Theory and Social Capital in Education
The K-12 teaching career is a field that is heavily dominated by a white female demographic, with a large underrepresentation of Black and Hispanic educators. There are more than 50 million students in the public school-age ...
Utilizing Onboarding Practices to Engage and Retain Employees in the K–12 Setting
To illuminate the relationship between onboarding practices and employee engagement and retention, this capstone combines novel data from a large, urban school district with a review of research focused on employee engagement, ...
Thriving Online: Retention Factors for Students in a Graduate Online Nursing Program
This study examines the relationship between retention and student satisfaction within a graduate nursing program offered fully online by a large, private university in the northeast region of the United States. Relying ...