With three years of teaching under her belt, Allison Frieze nearly
qualifies as a grizzled veteran. The 28-year-old special education
teacher at E.L. Haynes Public Charter School here already has more
experience than the typical U.S. teacher.
She remembers her first year and says no new
teacher really wants to relive that. "You have so many pressures on you
and you're kind of swimming, trying to keep your head above water with
all of the things you have to do," Frieze says.
suggests that parents this fall are more likely than ever to find that
their child's teachers are relatively new to the profession, and
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