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Report sheds light on Oshkosh's stuggle with teacher turnover

7:57 PM, Oct. 13, 2013
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Salary is the most commonly cited reason by public school teachers in Oshkosh for why they've left the district, according to a report released by administrators last week.

Turnover has escalated annually in the three years since state lawmakers passed a new collective bargaining law that wiped out existing union contracts.

A total of 220 teachers retired, took positions in other districts or left the profession entirely since the law was passed in late 2010, according to the report shared with school board members during a workshop meeting Wednesday. ...

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