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Student poverty

*This data display is designed for use by the Board and has been derived from data collected by OSPI. Please contact OSPI directly for official data or to answer any research questions that may be related to the data summary below.

New teachers working in districts with more economically disadvantaged students are more likely to leave teaching.  However, there are a considerable number of districts that do not follow this trend, suggesting there are other, perhaps even more important, reasons new teachers leave Washington's public schools.


Each point represents a WA school district. Districts that had less than 10 new teachers were not included.