Measuring work conditions for teachers of American Indian students

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2008

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The purpose of this study was to re-validate the Quality of Teacher Work Life Survey (QTWLS) with a population of 404 teachers in Montana schools with predominant American Indian student enrollments; and to describe the job-related stress and satisfaction of those teachers. Factor analysis showed nine satisfaction and eight stress factors with this population compared to eleven satisfaction and 10 stress factors in Pelsma, Richard, and Harrington’s (1989) original study with primarily Caucasian teachers and students. Knowledge of these results on the QTWLS could lead to interventions that contribute to an improved work life for teachers of American Indian students and increased learning among the students.

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Erickson, Joanne L., Terhune, M. Neil, & Ruff, William G. (2008). Measuring work conditions for teachers of American Indian students. Researcher, 21(2), 14-23.
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