More than 77 percent of teachers and school staff said their emotional well-being was somewhat low in satisfaction or worse, according to the survey “Teachers Emotional Well-Being During and After a Global Pandemic.”

Meanwhile, 90.7 percent said their stress level was somewhat high or worse.

The survey results come from a study by the Teachers Self-Care Conference and The Educator’s Room. Nearly 1,600 teachers and school staff (86.7 percent representing public education) from all 50 states and other nations participated in the survey, which was conducted in 2020-23.

To view the survey, click here.

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