Teacher stress levels skyrocketed as they pivoted to teaching online, in socially distanced classrooms, or both at the same time. They desperately tried to engage students who were checked out or who only appeared as a black box on Zoom. It was a gruelling year, teachers said. And some say the start of this school year has been even worse, as the Delta variant threatens to upend in-person instruction once again.
This EdWeek article discusses how administrators need to start thinking about teacher wellbeing differently. Read it here (subscription may be required).
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