Podcast | WA educators burnt out over classroom political clashes


These days, educators in Washington say they’re feeling reverberations from this conflict. 

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Crosscut’s state politics reporter, Joseph O’Sullivan, wrote about how these confrontations are contributing to burnout among educators and union leaders at a time when their field is experiencing a labor shortage. 

In this episode of Crosscut Reports, host Maleeha Syed spoke with O’Sullivan about the pushback these educators are getting from their communities – and how these encounters are impacting them. 

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