We see that child well-being is crucial for not only growth and development but their academic engagement and development as a student. A crucial actor in this development is the teacher. Teachers have tremendous ability to impact a student's well-being and a key factor in the academic success of the student. We see this in the research by Winthrop & Kirk (see attached) which demonstrate the link between student well-being and teacher well-being. If we are genuinely going to address student well-being we must step back and examine current and potential teacher professional development mechanisms (I like the model presented on https://openideo.com/challenge/refugee-education/research?order=recently_updated&direction=desc) to improve teacher well-being.