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Teaching is a stressful profession under the best of circumstances. You must be “on”—engaging and affable in front of a group of learners—nearly all the time. Your work day frequently stretches well past 3 p.m., and work responsibilities (and worries) spill over into your free time. You’re assessed on measures (such as student test scores) over which you have little control. And all too often, you’re working without the resources or support you need to really do your job well.