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Novice teachers in the Czech Republic and their drop‐out intentions

Title in English Novice teachers in the Czech Republic and their drop-out intentions
Authors

HANUŠOVÁ Světlana PÍŠOVÁ Michaela KOHOUTEK Tomáš JEŽEK Stanislav JANÍK Tomáš MAREŠ Jan JANÍK Miroslav

Year of publication 2020
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source European Journal of Education
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Education

Citation
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ejed.12373
Keywords novice teacher; dropout; professional socialisation; objective determinants of socialization
Description The current paper presents the results of the first research study of drop-out intentions of novice teachers in the Czech Republic. The study focuses on the reported satisfaction of novice teachers in primary and lower secondary schools with external factors that influence their socialisation and that can be seen as predictors of novice teachers' decision to stay in their current school. In the paper we present the results of quantitative research conducted in 2015–2017. Our main findings include the key significance of factors at the school level, especially the influence of school culture and climate, cooperation with colleagues and leadership. We conclude that in the Czech context teachers tend to stay in schools provided that they work in a well-functioning school, with cooperative colleagues and good head teachers.
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