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Do Teachers “Burn Out” As Quickly As Students “Drop Out”? Part Two

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Do you know anyone who has dropped out of school and still become successful? Please share your story with us and inspire our listeners! We never know who is listening and become inspired by what they hear on our show. Teachers at all levels will benefit from the research and observations your host, Professor Applewhite,several co-hosts and guests will share. Interestingly, most students drop out because of academic failure and the overall lack of support from parents, teachers, and community leaders.However, teachers burn out more because of the lack of administrative support. You are invited to listen and participate in our discussion so we can find ways to minimize teacher burnout and student dropout, together! President Obama we agree, "Yes, we can!" Special thanks to our co-hosts Nazim Rashid, author of "Reconnecting", Jerry & Donna Govan's "Take the E out f EGO and GO", Habibila Salim's "Poetry for Educators",Wendy Duncan of Farmer's Insurance, and our special guest Dr. Martha Bergin, professor of sociology and communications at GateWay college in Phoenix, Arizona. And we express an "attitude of gratitude" to all our listeners and sponsors

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