Should Teachers and Principals Speak Up or Shut Up?
Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin with Patrick Riccards
Educators around the country are struggling to handle hyper-sensitive conversations that are spilling into to the classroom. Race, sex, scandals, lies and unprecedented incivility has many educators trapped in a vise. Some teachers want to avoid these discussions at all costs. Others say silence is not an option.
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