Teaching in a rural location takes a lot of support. The Rural Teacher Resiliency Guide is here to help early career rural teachers find their stride in their new position, find balance, and make connections. The guide also includes advice on how administrators and community members can best support and welcome these teachers to the community.
Why we do what we do: The Rural Advantage
Yes, being a new rural teacher can be challenging, but it is also extremely rewarding. Throughout the guide you’ll see stories on the absolute best parts of teaching rural.
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Our goal for the Resiliency Guide is to be a source of continued conversation, collaboration, and support for new rural teachers. We want to hear from you!
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About This Guide
The Rural Teacher Resiliency Guide is brought to you by the Young Educators Advisory Council with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.Learn More