We received information about an exit interview given to teachers leaving the district. This made me think of how teacher evaluations can be affected by the number of discipline referrals submitted to the office. It becomes a "you can't manage your class" deal. What if we held administration responsible for teachers leaving their schools/districts? Last year, 8 teachers were gone from our school before the school year ended. This year we have lost 1. Doesn't seem like anyone else is going anywhere, but it really made me wonder if administration would be more flexible, respectful, and understanding toward teachers if they were held accountable for teachers being dissatisfied? The data from the exit interview showed that there were about 3 major reasons teachers left with the highest being lack of support from administration. Any thoughts?