Let’s be real – teaching is a tough job, and it’s not uncommon to feel like throwing in the towel at times. Between unsupportive administrators, heavy workloads, angry parents, disrespectful students, and external pressures from policymakers, it can be overwhelming to find joy in teaching. That’s why it’s no surprise that many teachers plan to quit after this school year if they haven’t already. But if you’re feeling burnt out and tired of teaching, and aren’t quite ready to give up on your passion, you’re in the right place. In this episode, we’re exploring five alternatives to quitting teaching that can actually help reignite your love for the profession. From seeking out mentorship and collaboration with fellow educators to exploring leadership roles to taking a sabbatical or pursuing a new specialty, we’ll cover actionable tips and strategies to help you find fulfillment and satisfaction in your career as an educator.
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