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Are you looking to develop your educator voice? Discover how Arizona teachers speak up to showcase what happens at the crossroads of policy and education. Whether you’re aware or not, there’s a blog called Stories From School Arizona where 27 educators exercise their voices and defend the teaching

Nov 02, 2016

Are you looking to develop your educator voice? Discover how Arizona teachers speak up to showcase what happens at the crossroads of policy and education.


Whether you’re aware or not, there’s a blog called Stories From School Arizona where 27 educators exercise their voices and defend the teaching profession. Accomplished leaders tell stories of how policy decisions impact learning and teaching in their classrooms, in order to spark constructive dialogue across the education community. These bloggers come from diverse backgrounds and have impeccable credentials — some are National Board Certified Teachers, current and former Arizona Teachers of the Year, principals, professional learning specialists, and beyond.

Late to the game? Here are a few recent posts to whet your whistle:

Oh The Places of School Choice by Dr. Alaina Adams

Before the Bell by Angela Buzan

Teaching the Hard Stuff: Behavior by Dr. Jess Ledbetter

Henry Ford and Ed Policy by Beth Maloney

My Classroom, My Circus by Lisa Moberg

Do yourself a favor — bookmark the blog and join the conversation now.

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