The Covid-19 pandemic shaped the way in which schooling is done in the United States. The pandemic has required teachers to switch to virtual instruction and pivot back and forth between a hybrid or in-person environment. Oftentimes this was done with limited guidance or support from the broader school systems who had to reckon with these large adjustments. Teachers also had to play a multitude of roles while also supporting the mental health and wellness of their students. Thus, this has taken a toll on educators leading to burnout and exodus of talent from school systems especially for teachers of color who already have to bear with other social issues. Thus it is important to take a look at our current systems and resources that can be utilized by policymakers to help alleviate this. This webinar will mainly focus on the importance of educator wellness and the ways in which this can be improved within schools.