The traditional view of the working conditions of teachers has been associated exclusively with the question of salaries, while leaving aside other factors that influence the quality of the lives of teachers and their ability to develop affective, emotional, and human responses that contribute to good professional performance.
For this reason, OREALC/UNESCO Santiago sponsored an exploratory study about the working and health conditions of teachers in Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, and Uruguay. The results of the study contribute to knowledge, leave some questions unanswered, and open the way for more detailed research on interesting findings presented in the publication.
Its conclusions can be useful to teachers, school principals, ministries of education, health, and labor, researchers, teacher training institutions, and decision-makers, as well as offering contributions to policies and strategies seeking to enhance the professional and human development of teachers and to improve their quality of life and professional performance to the benefit of student learning.
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