Zoom fatigue and panic attacks: Online teachers face unique burnout

Educators across the country have faced challenges during COVID-19. Staff and substitute shortages and rising student behavioral problems — not to mention the ongoing worry about the virus — are among numerous factors impacting classrooms.

Online educators are struggling in their own way. 

In the past year and a half, structural changes in how Salem-Keizer’s online school operates have left teachers with less prep time and more work.

Read the full story here.

Published by Natalie Pate

Natalie Pate is a freelance journalist and author based in Salem, Oregon. She wrote about education for more than seven years at the Statesman Journal and now covers education and other topics throughout the Pacific Northwest. She is originally from Colorado and earned her B.A. in Politics and French from Willamette University.

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