In order for a school reform effort to succeed, it must be owned by teachers. Those responsible for change must have a voice in creating and directing that change: teachers cannot be viewed as simply the implementers.
In Core Education’s April issue brief, we discuss lessons learned from successful implementation efforts that have privileged teacher empowerment, tips for building educator support and creating teacher networks, and educator voice opportunities. You will hear the voices of National Teachers of the Year and explore initiatives that value teachers’ collective expertise and knowledge.
To view this month’s issue brief, see https://us5.campaign-archive.com/?u=a4ae2b1b129b9f8a29d50b80f&id=a11c5f5842
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