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Greenwich ‘is not immune’ to teacher burnout and frustration | #schoolsaftey

GREENWICH — Teacher burnout and frustration remains on the rise in Connecticut and Greenwich Public Schools is no exception, according to Greenwich Education Association President Lillian Perrone.

 “We’re not immune to this,” Perrone said at a mid-October school board business meeting. “I’ve been talking about this for a couple years, about the teacher shortage and retention.” 

Perrone referenced a new survey from the Connecticut Education Association that looked at what Connecticut teachers face on a daily basis.

The survey found that 77 percent of the 7,635 educators who took the survey are burned out and frustrated, an 8 percentage points increase over last year. The CEA survey also asked what would help address the teacher shortage — and while 97 percent of respondents said “more planning and prep time,” 99 percent of them said more competitive salaries would help address the crisis. 

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