March 9th, 2016 by Angela Staples
As a Tennessee Educator Fellow I have become more knowledgeable of what advocacy entails and how to utilize teacher voice. I have become more empowered with the tools to speak intelligently about policies and issues that arise at the state and local levels of education. I have also learned how make action statements that provide the listener with goals to be accomplished in regards to the issues presented.
February 20th, 2014 by Karen Vogelsang
I believe the Common Core can make a difference for our students and help create a workforce of creative thinkers and individuals who can work collaboratively to solve problems. But it’s going to require a cultural shift in how we think about educating our students.