Comprehensive School Employee Wellness Initiatives Can Lower Financial Costs to Schools

Describes how comprehensive supports to promote staff wellness and create supportive working environments—e.g., by balancing staff wellness efforts against the demands of daily work—can reduce teacher burnout and improve retention. Such investments can deliver staffing-related savings, bolster school finances, and improve schoolwide well-being.

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