A group of Miami-Dade, Fla., educators gather each month for a book club, in which they discuss chapters on school reform and bring their own experiences to the debate. Through discussing the book, the teachers say they are helping each other improve their own practice and reform schools from the bottom up. "Part of this is to empower educators to stop waiting for others to solve their problems. How we can do this ourselves and support each other," asked Stephanie King, co-founder of the book club and a former Florida teacher of the year.

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