Teachers’ Mental Health Has Suffered in the Pandemic. Here’s How Districts Can Help

EdWeek | Catherine Gewertz

The consulting group McKinsey & Co. surveyed 1,000 employers, and 90 percent reported that the pandemic was affecting the behavioral health of their employees. The Kaiser Family Foundation found that rates of anxiety and depression have quadrupled during COVID-19.

As educators work tirelessly to help young children cope with the social-emotional strain of learning during the pandemic, they are often battling mental health challenges of their own. This report from EdWeek explores how school districts can better support teachers during this difficult time.

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