The latest brief from the EdResearch for Recovery Project looks at the question: "What does the research say about structural supports that enable teacher well-being?" As the pandemic continues, the task of supporting students becomes ever more difficult. Based on a developing list of questions from policymakers and practitioners, the EdResearch for Recovery Project taps top researchers from across the country to inform recovery strategies.
A recent brief from the EdResearch for Recovery Project at Brown University's Annenberg Institute (learn more about EdResearch here > https://annenberg.brown.edu/recovery), Structural Supports To Promote Teacher Well-Being, is one in a series aimed at providing K-12 education decision-makers and advocates with an evidence base to ground discussions about how best to serve students during and following the COVID pandemic.
Access the brief here > https://annenberg.brown.edu/sites/default/files/EdResearch_for_Recovery_Brief_19.pdf