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Conversations about the ways in which teacher leadership can be leveraged to improve teaching and learning are common now, but that wasn’t always the case. For decades educators and noneducators would give a head tilt (you know the one—like when a dog hears a strange noise) when you mentioned the words teacher and leader in […]

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I have a confession, and I also need to ask all classroom teachers for forgiveness. As recently as one day ago, I told a complete stranger that I am a teacher –- not I was, but I am. In my defense, the conversation went like this: Stranger: Good morning. Me: Good morning. Stranger: So, what […]

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After 15 years in the field of education, including 10 (going on 11) years in the classroom, I still love my job. Though I entered the field through an alternative licensure route, I stayed because of the support, collaboration, and encouragement of colleagues, master teachers, school leaders, parents and families, and most of all, students […]

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