When considering the ways in which teachers can better prioritize their health throughout the school year, many utilize self-care strategies. Unfortunately, despite their best self-care efforts, there’s only so much a teacher can do with their limited time and resources. In these moments, many institutions step up and attempt to provide additional care and resources where possible, but many other institutions fail to do so. Many teachers are frustrated when they experience the latter, as they believe that the responsibility of the matter shouldn’t fall all solely onto their plate. They yearn for organizational level change as far as providing more for teachers. A tight network of teachers within a particular institution, while great for morale and comradery, will still experience some level of turnover as a result of the stress. Which, in turn, leaves organizations to provide to their teachers. This is often seen through increased pay, free counseling programs, mindfulness training, peer mentorship and connected support learning systems for the improvement of the health of their educators. Considering the value in which teachers provide to their students, there should always be a focused effort from their institutions to provide aid. To learn more about the ways in which institutions can contribute to the self-care of teachers, read on to the infographic included alongside this post.