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By Tracy Wright, MAEd | April 15, 2019
Program Manager, ETR
Think about a sexuality educator you know. Think about something brilliant or inspired or compassionate they’ve done in their teaching. Think about the students they serve and what those students need in the classroom. Think about the challenges that educator faces in their school or district, community or state.
If you’re like me, what you get when you think through these things is one highly dedicated, deeply committed individual.
By Shannon Campe | November 19, 2015
Research Associate, ETR
Are you a K–12 teacher? Or a school or district administrator? A teacher’s union rep? A classroom aide? An active member of your PTA? Do you have any say about what teachers do in their classrooms? If so, I’m hoping you’ll take a few minutes to read about the next big role you (or your teachers) can take to make a difference.
I’m an educational researcher and a teacher. I recruit and work with teachers for classroom-based and after-school programs that are part of research projects. If you are a teacher, I have something I really want you to do, at least once—collaborate in school-based research when the opportunity arises.
I know, yet another thing to do on top of everything else. Why should you take it on?
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