April 9: Weekend Thoughts — Teacher Burnout

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Is this weekend newsletter arriving on the weekend? Yes. Was it supposed to be completed last weekend? Also, yes. The main theme for this week’s newsletter was teacher burnout and it is funny that our most popular article was about just that (Teachers are Done. No, Really by Dina Ley). We have good news to share about the publication and the…

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