Wow! That school is so far from the national norm. Wonder what happens behind closed doors that 100% don't come back.
That is the standard at our school. When they birth, they stay home for at least 4 years, when they adopt it is about 50%. But I think that it has a lot to do with it being a Christian school and a lot of the teachers are married to "well employed" men. Was that a nice enough euphemism?
OMG that school must have an abundance of tutors. I believe our area has a 68% return to work after leave is up.[/QUOTE]
In this part of the country, good tutors are kept as busy as they want to be. Most higher end families use them rather then actually help the child themselves, many use them to keep the student a little ahead of the curriculum, and a lot of them use them to keep the child in a good school. Most private school kids use a tutor at some point for some subject. Just because the curriculums are a lot tougher then the publics here. So yeah, a certified teacher as a tutuor is at a premium.
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