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Thanks to your support the Teacher Retention Research Study
Baldwin Wallace College Research Team

    Thanks to your support the Teacher Retention Research
    Study is going global. On October 11, 2004 at 6:00 p.m.
    EST the Teacher Retention Research Study located at
    www.bw.edu/~jsestoka/research
    has gone global featuring the survey in eight different
    languages including Spanish, French, Italian, German,
    Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, and English.

    On behalf of the Baldwin Wallace Research Team, I extend
    my appreciation to all the secondary teachers out there
    who have participated in taking our survey. The response
    has been overwhelming. However, for this research study to
    be a true success, more feedback is needed. If you havenít done so, please go to
    www.bw.edu/~jsestoka/research
    to take our easy ten question survey on teacher retention.
    You must be a secondary teacher with 20 + years of service
    to participate. No personal data has to be given to take
    the survey. Our goal with this research study is to find
    answers as to why teachers stay in education for more than
    twenty years. Let your voice be heard along with other
    teachers from around the world. Come join us and be a part
    of educational research history.

    Jeff Sestokas,
    Baldwin Wallace Research Team