What teachers can learn from Jay-Z

Teacher Leaders Network member José Vilson writes that teachers can learn a lot from rapper Jay-Z. Vilson says teachers should keep their language simple, like the hip-hop star, but maintain depth to the meaning and content of lessons. Teachers also should learn from their mistakes and strive for consistently good performances, collaborate with a diverse group of partners and not be afraid to take on new roles in education.

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