Counterproductive School Policies: When to Stand Up, When to Stand Down
Rae Pica withLori Nazereno, Ariel Sacks, Anthony Cody
Regretfully, school policies are too often counterproductive. What’s an educator to do? Our guests offer some guidance.
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November 25, 2014 Educators Channel
Lori Nazereno currently serves as Teahcer-in-Residence at the Center for Teaching Quality supporting teachers who want to start teacher-powered schools. Ariel Sacks teaches eighth grade English at a middle school in Brooklyn, NY. She has published articles about her work in Edweek Teacher Magazine and is a co-author of the new book Teaching 2030. Anthony Cody worked in the high poverty schools in Oakland for 24 years and writes the popular Education Week blog, Living in Dialogue.
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