English teacher describes his evolution as a leader, writer

Kentucky high-school English teacher Paul Barnwell describes his role as a teacher leader and writer in this commentary, pointing out his early missteps and offering ideas of what he believes he and other teacher-writers can do to effect change at the local level. He writes that "teacher leaders must be bold enough to be heard, even if it's challenging to whittle down our priorities to that one idea worth fighting for..."

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