Here’s the Chicago Sun Times essay by reading specialist Erika Bolte as yet another teacher tells the world how public education matters and makes a difference for our children. Erika explains how the teacher team at her school helping a struggling student to catch up.
While pundits worry about large-scale standardized test scores, good teachers continue to help one kid at a time. We must keep telling the stories of how teachers make that difference so that community members – taxpayers – come to understand the hard but rewarding work that educators do, and become willing to give it more support.
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