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Teachers' Daily Stress Can Affect Students' Performance

Teachers' Daily Stress Can Affect Students' Performance

According to a recent poll by Gallup,  60 to 70 percent of teachers are feeling stressed about their job, thus affecting their teaching styles and students’ performances.

According to The Huffington Post, Gallup's report “State of America’s Schools: The Path to Winning Again in Education" indicated that nearly 70 percent of teachers said they do not feel engaged in their work. Nearly half of teachers also reported that they experience stress daily in their jobs.

Read more about how teacher stress affects students.

 

Article by Kassondra Granata, Education World

 

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