Read it and weep: the trouble with teachers crying at work

while ago, a new teacher on Twitter asked whether it was OK that she had cried in front of her mentor. The responses gave me pause for thought: are tears more prevalent in the teaching profession than anywhere else? And, perhaps worse still, in our desire to support people, are we at risk of not only normalising crying at work, but accepting it

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