Tenn. teacher among 12 to help shape education policy

Tennessee high-school English teacher Brittany Clark is among 12 teachers selected for a yearlong Hope Street fellowship that aims to give educators a voice in shaping education policy. One of Clark's goals is finding ways to offer more advanced professional-development opportunities to teachers already performing well in the classroom. Hope Street will connect Clark with educators and policymakers in other parts of the country doing similar work, and Clark's job will be to develop a plan to make her idea work in Tennessee.

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