These working conditions --an absence of trust and respect from school leaders, an unhealthy school environment, an excessive workload, inadequate time to carry out professional responsibilities, and insufficient resources--cause many teachers to leave the profession. Teachers may begin moonlighting not only to pay their bills, but also as a first, tentative step toward exploring other career options. But moonlighting might be bad for teaching.
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Wisniewski and Hilty argue, "the reality of moonlighting mocks efforts to increase the status of the profession. So long as moonlighting remains an integral part of the teacher's world, the reforms being sought will only be partially achieved" Raffel and Groff We decided to carry out case studies on the five teachers introduced above to explore moonlighting at a deeper and more personal level than the statistical snapshots presented by most studies.
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We wanted to observe and interview moonlighting teachers in depth so their actions and voices could tell the story of how moonlighting affects their professional and personal lives. The five teachers are from different schools, all located in central Texas. We observed each teacher three times in the classroom and three times at the moonlighting site. We also did three in-depth interviews with each teacher. Participants reviewed the data we gathered for accuracy and clarified questions we had about observations and interview responses.
After completing the five individual case studies, we looked at the similarities and differences across the cases.
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