4 ways K-12 educators can recharge this summer

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K-12 educators are more likely to feel burnt out than workers in any other industry1 — and the gap is widening. While summer is typically seen as a break from school, the reality is that most educators spend their summers retraining and planning for the year ahead, which leaves little time for recharging.

With teacher retention predicted to be one of the biggest challenges in K-12 in 2023,2 here’s how you can recognize the warning signs of burnout and find ways to battle burnout to prepare for a successful new school year.