Why Setting Healthy Boundaries are Essential in the Teaching Profession
I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase, “teachers do it for the outcome, not for the income.” I want to take a moment to dismantle this concept because it is truly problematic. Yes, as teachers we want to see positive outcomes, growth, resiliency, and grit in the lives that we touch, however, we do it for the income. The problem is that the income does not match the amount of time, energy, and personal resources that we put into our jobs. This is a systemic problem.