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Financial anxiety can take a toll on teacher performance - Futurity: Research News
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                    Even in areas where teachers earn well above the national average, financial anxiety may affect job performance, which can have significant consequences for the students they teach, researchers report.

Researchers wanted to investigate what happens to schools when teachers don’t keep pace as cost of living surges in a number of US cities.

Survey data from more than 2,000 teachers at San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) showed that the teachers experienced greater economic stress than US workers more generally. What’s more, the teachers’ level of financial anxiety predicted behaviors such as attendance and the likelihood they will leave their job.


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