Cheryl Dembroksi, a former Maryland kindergarten teacher, shares the top five things new educators should do this summer to make the most of time off and prepare for the school year ahead.
Paraeducators are a crucial part of the educational team. They deserve the same respect, professional development, and inclusion that other educators receive.
Join us online on June 7 at 7 p.m. to learn to how to be your own best advocate and engage others in understanding and respecting the important role paraeducators play in student success.
Ashley Kincannon, an English teacher from Arkansas, and Arun Puracken, a social studies teacher from Maryland, are early career educators (those within their first 10 years of teaching) who took different paths into the profession. Along the way, they each received help in becoming the great teacher/advocates they are today. Here are their stories.