How schools can help teachers feel more connected

Teachers need more time and space for the informal, professional conversations that can help them collaborate and solve classroom issues, middle-school teacher Hillary Greene writes in this commentary. Offering teachers complimentary coffee or snacks at school and encouraging an exchange of ideas during staff meetings are simple steps that can show teachers they are valued and help them feel less isolated in their classrooms, she writes.

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