School Leader Wellbeing Survey Reveals Worrying Pandemic Stress Levels
Blog Post by Dr Helen Kelly, 22nd November 2020
Many thanks to all those 721 school leaders around the world who took part in my online survey last month. I have prepared an infographic to share the highlights. A complete report, which will include full demographic information as well as an analysis of the qualitative data, will be available sometime in December. To ensure that you receive a copy, please contact me.
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