NORWALK – Teachers accounted for nearly 75% of departures from public schools in the city over the past year and two-thirds said they quit for personal reasons, according to surveys administered by the local union education.
‘I resigned from my post this year and am leaving Norwalk. When I informed my administration that I was looking to leave they didn’t seem to care,’ a teacher commented during the check-in inquiry of summer 2022 administered by the local education union, the Norwalk Federation of Teachers, which represents nearly 1,000 certified teachers.
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