Jefferson Faculty Member Says High Turnover in Philadelphia Schools Raises Health Concerns for Students: Philadelphia Inquirer

Stephen DiDonato, associate director of Jefferson’s Community and Trauma Counseling program, says high teacher turnover in some Philadelphia schools is troubling, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported in an April 29 story.

With many of these schools serving the city’s poorest and most vulnerable students, the high turnover “causes great social and emotional health concerns for our children,” DiDonato said.

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