Our series of columns for The 74, whose motto is 74 Million Kids. 74 Million Reasons to Talk Education, will come from Opportunity Culture educators eager to share what their jobs are like, the differences they make for students, and the lessons they’ve learned as they extend the reach of their great teaching to many more students.
“We and these great teachers are grateful for the chance to share — because we’re all tired of reading columns about what should be done in education, when we know that something amazing is already happening. In the columns to follow, teachers will tell you how they’re getting to “amazing” in this financially sustainable, scalable, teacher-loving initiative designed to help all students excel,” write Public Impact Co-Directors Emily Ayscue Hassel and Bryan C. Hassel in the first column in this series.
We encourage you to read the entire series here:
June 19, 2017: How My West Texas School Elevated Struggling Young Readers (and Their Teachers), by Multi-Classroom Leader Maina Cisneros
May 15, 2017: When Students Own Their Academic Results, They Transform Their Schools, by Multi-Classroom Leader Erin Williams
April 25, 2017: How to Extend the Reach of Great Teachers in Turnaround (or Any) Schools, by Multi-Classroom Leader Erin Burns
March 15, 2017: Teachers in an Opportunity Culture: Well-Paid, Powerful, and Accountable, by Public Impact Co-Directors Emily Ayscue Hassel and Bryan C. Hassel