Is Richland 2 finding out exactly why they are leaving?
Will teachers be honest about why they are leaving?
Leaving "for a better opportunity" could be a cop-out - a way to avoid giving specific reasons about pressures at work or hours (and hours) required or department heads or assistant principals or principals or even the superintendent.
Read today's updated article in The Epoch Times.
Does Richland 2 conduct Exit Interviews with teachers? Are these interviews conducted anonymously by an unbiased, independent organization, so that teachers can be honest in their remarks and not worry about retaliation or retribution? So that teachers will not have to worry about "someone" bashing them in a reference?