Long-term Impacts of the CARE Program on Teachers' Self-reported Social and Emotional Competence and Well-being

Summarizes the impacts of the Cultivating Awareness and Resilience in Education (CARE) program on teachers in 36 elementary schools in high-poverty areas of New York City. Compared to a control group, teachers participating in the program showed significant decreases in psychological distress, reductions in ache-related physical distress, and continued significant increases in emotion regulation and some dimensions of mindfulness.

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