#IknowaTeacher 2012

In the past year we have started to see some movement in how teachers are perceived by the public, especially the media. It is possibly one of the most pressing issues preventing the inclusion of teacher voice in creating the education students deserve. The graphic above illustrates the discrepancy between public perceptions and private opinions […]

In the past year we have started to see some movement in how teachers are perceived by the public, especially the media. It is possibly one of the most pressing issues preventing the inclusion of teacher voice in creating the education students deserve. The graphic above illustrates the discrepancy between public perceptions and private opinions of teachers in our country. Join us this week as we help change the narrative about teaching by sharing your stories of teachers who make a difference. You can contribute to the campaign on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/iknowateacher and on twitter using the hashtag #IknowaTeacher.

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