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Charts: Teacher Perceptions Of Autonomy Vary By Race

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As EdWeek notes, Teachers Say They Have Less Autonomy. However, not everyone perceives the changes in the same ways: "Veteran teachers of 10 years or more showed the biggest sense of loss of control, and white and black teachers were more likely than other teachers to feel they had less autonomy than they had before. Hispanic teachers, interestingly, reported feeling slightly more in control in 2011-12 than in 2007-08."

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