Science of Reading Week Podcast: Empowering Teachers to Reclaim Their Joy
Between the pandemic and the national teacher shortage, educators have even more responsibility and less support than ever—that’s why it is so critical that leaders in education act now. Join Kerri Larkin, senior educator advisor at Lexia ®, as she facilitates this panel discussion among a group of accomplished teachers and educational activists: Thomas Anderson, superintendent of New Bedford Public Schools; Jacqueline Greer, Urban Teachers' national chief program officer; and Dr. Charlene Evans-Smith, managing director of early literacy for Instruction Partners.
This group of panelists discusses what the current state of teacher wellness and satisfaction looks like, how important communication is when working to support educators, and what leaders in education need to be doing differently to be better partners for teachers.
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