Empowering Teachers to Reclaim Their Joy: A Rejuvenation Conversation
The last few school years have been tumultuous, leaving teachers feeling overburdened and undersupported. Educational leaders must act now to rejuvenate teachers so there can be more learning, peace, and joy within classrooms.
Join accomplished teachers and educational activists Thomas Anderson, Dr. Charlene Evans-Smith, Jacqueline Greer, and Kerri Larkin as they discuss how educational leaders can shift school culture to support and celebrate teachers, resulting in improved student outcomes.
Take this opportunity to hear from educational leaders on the front lines and learn what’s needed now to bring joy back into the classroom. Access this on-demand webinar by completing the form.
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