K-12 Employees: Anxiety About Student Learning, COVID-19 Risk, Personal Finances


Ninety percent of K-12 employees are concerned about students falling behind as a result of the pandemic. At the same time, K-12 employees are working longer hours, having difficulty adjusting to changes in the nature of their jobs and are worried about protecting their families from COVID-19. Many say they have faced negative financial impacts from the pandemic and are concerned about their retirement security.

These findings are contained in “2021 Updated Survey Findings: K-12 Public School Employee Views on Finances, Employment Outlook and Safety Concerns Due to COVID-19.” View the accompanying infographic and animated video.  You may also download the webinar slides or view a webinar recording.

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