Great resignation, have students started to sense the crisis already?
Hey! Teacher! Don't leave us kids alone!
Important questions to ask:
If the answer to any of these questions is “yes,” you're in the right place.
- Do you run a district or school and are worried about your staff and students?
- Do you feel that the problem of teachers’ occupational burnout and their mental health may threaten the stability of the next school year and can affect the wellbeing of their students?
- Are you currently looking for solutions to prevent this and measure on an ongoing basis whether the disturbing trend of great resignation of teachers and deteriorating wellbeing of your students is already affecting your district or school?
“How students react to teachers’ burnout”
Between January 2020 and June 2022, we asked K-12 students about their wellbeing. We gathered 1.5 million answers from public school classrooms across the US.
This is one of the biggest studies done in the last two years on US students’ wellbeing and can be treated as one of the first such data that shows among others how students react to teachers’ burnout.
The pressure put on students and teachers today is overwhelming.
The mental health of teachers and students is a shared responsibility and an important component of and whole school and district community wellbeing. How much is teacher’s and student’s wellbeing intertwined? To what level can students sense and mirror the teachers' crisis?
How we should monitor the correlations between those two groups and above all, how we can provide a solution if we spot the potential for a crisis?
These type of questions and reflection accompanied us while analyzing outcomes of one of the biggest researches done in the last two years on US students’ wellbeing.
Read a full report on the well-being & mental health of American students based on 1.5 million answers gathered in 44 states between January 2020 and June 2022.
(23 pages, 1.3 MB PDF)
Enroll for a chance to participate in a complimentary, nationwide check of the pulse of district and school staff before the new year takes off.