Dec 30, 2015

Education Resolutions from Emerging Leaders | ASCD Inservice

In preparation for returning to school in the new year, we reached out to our ASCD emerging leaders and asked them to share their resolutions for 2014. We hope that their words will resonate with you as you reflect on your own practice this school year. The Emerging Leaders program recognizes young, promising educators and prepares them for potential influence on education programs, policy, and...

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