Researchers to study effects of teacher stress on the classroom

05/31/2011 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Researchers at the University of Houston are about to embark on a three-year study looking at how chronic stress among middle-school teachers can affect the classroom, including teachers' well-being and student performance. Results from a preliminary pilot study showed that educators older than 55 were better able to manage their stress, suggesting a scenario where veteran teachers could be paired with newer educators in the classroom.

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