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School culture refers to diverse values, beliefs, norms, assumptions, behaviours and relationships that characterise the daily rituals of school life. Early career teacher resilience appears to flourish in schools that actively promote collaborative relationships, professional learning communities, educative forms of leadership and democratic decision making.
KeywordsInduction Belonging Learning communities
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