For our nation’s more than 3 million teachers, the COVID-19 pandemic has added a host of new challenges and stresses that have led to increased burnout and demoralization.
That’s why Results for America and the Annenberg Institute at Brown University are releasing a new brief highlighting evidence-based strategies to help promote teacher well-being.
- The brief was written by two leading experts - Doris Santoro of Bowdoin College and Olga Acosta Price of the George Washington University.
- It details ways that schools can reduce stress, boost morale, and better support and empower teachers so they can continue to help students succeed.
- Read the brief: “Structural Supports to Promote Teacher Well-Being”
Interested in more? The brief is the latest from our EdResearch for Recovery Project, which has produced nearly two dozen briefs on topics including:
- addressing learning loss and student trauma;
- implementing effective tutoring and summer programs;
- supporting students with disabilities, homeless students, immigrant students, and English Learners;
- building positive school climates;
- assessing students’ social and emotional well-being;
- improving distance and blended learning;
- engaging families and communities;
- helping education leaders budget, train student teachers and improve teaching and learning; and
- assisting students with the transition to college and career.