England’s teachers ‘most stressed’ in developed world

70% of lower secondary teachers report being stressed either “a lot” or “quite a bit”, says OECD report.

Lower secondary teachers in England are the most stressed among all their counterparts in the developed world.

An international OECD study published today shows that 38 per cent reported being stressed “a lot” compared to 35 per cent in Portugal (second highest), 11 per cent in France, and 1 per cent in Georgia (lowest).

It also reveals that stress is a problem for a shocking 98 per cent of lower secondary teachers, with 32 per cent said they were stressed “quite a lot” while 28 per cent said they were stressed “to some extent”.


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