A teacher that really loves the job just needs the satisfaction of the student. If a teacher really wants the money and thats it get another job. My teachers all love their job and the students all learn better that way, money or the government can't control that. A teacher should not dislike the job and they should not blame the government thats the job they signed up for.
It is not the responsibility of U.S. Government to attract or retain teachers. It is the role of the local school districts as they are the closest to voters that directly impacted by their decisions. The Federal Government should focus on big picture goals of education; however, attraction and retention of teachers should be left to local school districts.
US teachers do not get the support they need. The parents are too demanding, the círculum focuses on testing rather than learing, and teachers do not get the pay they need and deserve. Teachers often have to pay for school supplies out of their own pocket, which means they end up below the poverty line.
No, the U.S. is not actively working to recruit and retain public school teachers. One of the primary problems resolves around the low pay for public school teachers. The U.S. is not creating any incentive plans for individuals to enter or remain in this field, especially given the demanding workload.
If the U.S. wishes to improve the success of its public school systems, it must work harder to attract and retain teachers. Teachers across the U.S. are severely underpaid and undervalued. While the best students are encouraged to go into high-paying fields such as medicine and engineering, rarely are they encouraged to go into teaching, and typical teacher salaries provide little incentive to do so.