Education as a profession is on the precipice of monumental change. We’re finally seeing what’s best for kids naturally happens as a byproduct when administrators, policymakers, and vendors ask what they can do that’s best for teachers.
I left the classroom in 2015 to begin working on this not only as a livelihood but as a vocation. Since, I have been helping school districts around the country level up the quality of their technology, learn to teach in different modalities, and consider whether or not their approaches to running their schools or teaching and learning are more familiar than effective.
My drive is to continue assisting on the frontlines with the right tools and processes so teaching talent can really shine across their schools and districts.