Last year Teach to Lead invited me to give the keynote speech at the summit on inclusion, equity, and opportunity.
A partnership between, National Board, ASCD, and the U.S. Department of Education, Teach to Lead hosts Teacher Leadership Summits to help spotlight and advance the groundbreaking, teacher-led work that is happening in states, districts, and schools across the country.
The teams from numerous parts of this country reminded me—as I’ve been reminded every year since I started teaching twenty-one years ago—that there is one universal truth that must always guide us: there are no simple solutions.
But there are solutions. And we must remain committed to finding solutions that are best for students and manageable for us.
To help the teams move their work on inclusion, equity, and opportunity forward, I asked them to consider four questions.
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