Why it's time for educators to take a stand

Teachers' voices have become lost in the nationwide push for education reform, asserts Andrew Biros, an English and social-studies teacher. He writes in this opinion article that it is time for teachers to stop being "sheep," and instead take back control over their profession. He suggests teachers find their voice, in part, by becoming leaders and advocating for educational resources and instructional methods that work.

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