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1. People are paramount.

Education employees should be able to do their work without sacrifice to their health and well-being.

2. True well-being is holistic and collective.

Employee’s individual and collective well-being are interconnected and influenced by workplace practices, policies, and culture.

3. Without equity, well-being cannot exist.

Greater diversity, access, belonging, and justice benefit us all.

4. Relationships are at the heart of our work.

We collaborate to learn and advance the culture of employee well-being in education.

5. Communities are wise.

The lived experience of individuals and collective wisdom of communities are valued.

6. Innovation comes from everywhere.

We are open to new ideas and putting them into action.