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Happiness in the Classroom

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A recent national poll shows that more than half the country’s teachers are not engaged in their work. And those who are “actively disengaged” say they “act out their unhappiness in ways that undermine what their co-workers accomplish,” as defined by Gallup. Unengaged teachers report slightly more unhealthy days than their more engaged peers, but their greater share of the workforce means they account for additional missed workdays.

Happiness in the Classroom

Vol. 34, Issue 19, Page 5

Published in Print: January 28, 2015, as Happiness in the Classroom
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