California school districts are using various tactics to attract more teachers, but more remains to be done, a new report finds.
A commitment to save a California school includes a groundbreaking agreement between the teachers' union and school district.
California housing programs help teachers and other school staffers who meet income limits to purchase homes. Assistance includes down payment and closing costs.
West Contra Costa Unified has also launched a recruiting website and added new teacher training to attract and retain educators.
A Los Angeles charter school network creates a wellness program to lower teacher stress and boost teacher retention.
Latest federal study provides the most reliable data to date.
Training time in the classroom tied to more teachers staying on the job.