Most schools in Texas have major headaches. They are also very hard for some teachers to work at.
I have been with a district for no longer than three years. Someone usually gets moved in and teachers move out.
I am not worried though. There will be some school that lost a tremendous amount of teachers and then all the sudden need to do mass hiring.
But it truly hinders the students and their growth. If all we have is teachers constantly switching schools, then there is no routine or relationships being built. Everyone has to jump on the learning curve all over again and by the time they’re all caught up, they’re drained and want to move onto the next school.