New Book Uses Research-Informed Approach To Help Educators Stay In The Classroom

Jess Cleeves' Debut Book Offers Anti-Oppressive Strategies to Combat Teacher Burnout, Demoralization, and Exploitation and Empower Educators, Both Inside and Outside of the Classroom
SALT LAKE CITY - July 14, 2022 - PRLog -- Inspirebytes Omni Media announces the release of Planning to Stay. In her debut work, educator and social worker Jess Cleeves of Salt Lake City, UT examines how burnout, demoralization, and exploitation drive educators out of the field. Using a research-oriented framework to draw from her own career in public education, she breaks down ways to push back on the system while staying in the classroom. In doing so, she offers educators holistic survival strategies for reconnecting with themselves, their students, and their energizing purpose.

"Educators who read Planning to Stay will be able to reconnect with the creative, meaningful, joyful parts of their teaching practice," says Cleeves. "Readers will not only understand the root causes of their exhaustion and frustration, but will build a toolkit of concrete, specific strategies to anchor their classrooms—and their lives—to the values that matter to them the most." After two difficult teaching years due to Covid-19 and the related increase in exits from teaching, this book provides a strategy for teachers to stay in both the classroom and the vocation they love.

Planning to Stay is available on July 15, 2022 on Amazon for $19.95 (USD) for paperback and $9.95 for ebook.

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About Jess Cleeves:
Jess Cleeves is a systems thinker. Trained as a conservation biologist, educator, and social worker, she uses her 20-year career as a science educator to inform her current work with individuals, couples, organizations, and communities. Particularly important in Jess' work: helping people be in relationship with themselves and their kin (both human and non-human), getting quickly to the heart of issues, and identifying and addressing the ways systemic oppression operates and impacts all of us, on all scales. In short, Jess helps people, organizations, and communities find healing.

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