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A new Mexican-American textbook highlights how politics blocks diverse perspectives in the classroom.
When teachers feel overwhelmed, they may not be the only ones paying the price. Students’ stress levels are being elevated as a result of their teacher’s exhaustion, and maybe vice versa. This may not come as a major surprise, but a just-released study from the University of British Columbia is the first that has established a strong link – a “stress contagion” – between a teacher’s occupational stress and a student’s physiological strain.
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