While there are a growing number of opportunities for teachers nationwide to take on leadership roles, their influence and the parameters of their involvement vary, writes Barnett Berry, co-author of "Teacherpreneurs: Innovative Teachers Who Lead But Don't Leave." In this blog post, Berry offers the example of veteran teacher Renee Moore, who advocates for teachers to get off the sidelines, stop engaging in "leadership light" and take charge of their profession.
How teachers can take charge of their profession
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