Source: Teacher Education and Special Education, 37(4), November 2014, p. 283-308.
The purpose of this article is to advance a research-based model to provide guidance for school administrators and researchers.
The proposed model adapted from previous conceptual models and perspectives.
It combines five thematic, contributing factors and a sixth, relatively understudied factor, workplace decision-making, to illustrate factor effects on special educators’ perceptions of job satisfaction and, ultimately, career decisions.
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