This month we focus on our work bringing students into the conversation between coaches and teachers. For recommended resources on student engagement strategies, we connected with Gary Briggs, who recently joined NTC’s systems impact team.
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This month Tavon Lawrence shares why proximity to pain and experiences of our underserved students is critical to co-create solutions that matter.
M-DCPS initiated a suite of grow your own educator pathways several years ago to improve the demographic match between teachers and students in the district, increase teacher retention, and address staffing shortages.
Each month, we connect with change-makers, thought leaders, practitioners, and artists to get their takes on three key questions. We’re excited to connect with: Kari Nelsestuen, Genavieve Koenigshofer, and Dana Mitra.
Grow Your Own (GYO) is an increasingly popular approach for addressing teacher shortages and increasing the racial and linguistic diversity of the teacher workforce.
Each month, we connect with change-makers, thought leaders, practitioners, and artists to get their takes on three key questions. We’re excited to connect with: Susie Wise, Mario Echeverria, and Amy Anderson.