White and Black Teachers' Job Satisfaction: Does Relational Demography Matter?.

@inproceedings{Fairchild2012WhiteAB,
  title={White and Black Teachers' Job Satisfaction: Does Relational Demography Matter?.},
  author={S. Fairchild and Robert Tobias and Sean Patrick Corcoran and Maja Ivanovic Djukic and Christine Tassone Kovner and Pedro Antonio Noguera},
  year={2012}
}
Data on the impact of student, teacher, and principal racial and gender composition in urban schools on teacher work outcomes are limited. This study, a secondary data analysis of White and Black urban public school teachers using data taken from the restricted use 2003-04 Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), examines the effects of relational demography on teacher job satisfaction adjusting for other known determinants of job satisfaction. Relational demography is conceptualized as a set of… CONTINUE READING

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