Teachers don't have to win awards to be a leader, writes Kyle Pace, an instructional-technology specialist for Lee's Summit School District, outside Kansas City, Mo. Pace writes in this blog post about his recent designation -- by Education Week magazine and the U.S. Department of Education -- as a 2013 Leader to Learn From, but he writes that his fellow educators can be leaders, such as teachers who are helping other teachers grow professionally, tapping social media and using technology seamlessly in the classroom.
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