Social-Emotional Learning: Support for Teachers Who Are Feeling the Burn
It is no exaggeration to place teaching among the most important professions in our society; after all, teachers are uniquely positioned to have a profound impact on young people by inspiring their actions both within the school walls and beyond them. Sadly, it is also no exaggeration to place teaching among the country's most stressful jobs.
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