How teachers can help influence education policies

07/31/2011 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Teachers' voices often are left out of education policy-making decisions, according to a panel of National Board Certified Teachers who encouraged attendees at the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards conference to be proactive in ensuring that educators have a seat at the table. Panelists urged teachers to learn the language of policy-makers, use positive messages and rely on social media to express their opinions.

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