PSD resignations decrease during COVID-19 year despite nationwide teacher burnout concerns

Outlet: Coloradoan

Coloradoan: Ann Sebald, co-director of Colorado State University’s Center for Educator Preparation, said COVID-19 has shifted the impact of the teacher shortage from the rural areas of Colorado to more Front Range communities. The pandemic has “exacerbated and called to light the challenges of what it means to be a teacher,” Sebald said, and it revealed barriers that educators face.