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  • Teach Plus Writes Book on Leadership Approaches by Teachers


    *Learning from the Experts: Teacher Leaders on Solving America's Education Challenges* is the first book written by teachers affiliated with Teach Plus, a non-profit organization devoted to improving urban students' access to effective teachers, and it addresses teacher-led solutions to educational challenges.

    From: In the News.Published December 10, 2013.Last Modified December 18, 2013.
  • New videos: Teachers Take on Policy


    Charter school teachers offer a unique perspective and add an important voice to education policy discussions. But how can they get involved? Find out in these new videos.

    From: In the News.Published March 27, 2013.Last Modified April 4, 2013.
  • Podcast: Politics & Advocacy 101 for Teachers


    CCSA hosted a great panel discussion on how teachers can get involved in policy and advocacy at the 20th Annual California Charter Schools Conference in San Diego this March.

    From: In the News.Published March 21, 2013.Last Modified March 27, 2013.
  • Big Impact, Individual Voices: 5 Ways for Teachers to Get Involved in the World of Education


    Are you interested in getting more involved in the world of education policy and reform but not quite sure how to do it? This directory will help you get started. Read on to find out more about the different opportunities that are available for teachers to get their voices out there and make their opinions heard.

    From: In the News.Published July 24, 2012.Last Modified March 25, 2016.
  • Can't get enough education news?


    Does your morning routine including skimming education headlines of multiple publications, flipping through the latest copy of Education Week, checking your Twitter feed for what's trending and scanning multiple newsletters from different education organizations?

    From: In the News.Published July 20, 2012.Last Modified March 25, 2016.
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