We’ve been camped out at the State House all week advocating for S-2531 and H-7863, bills that will reform our staffing policies so that we keep our most effective teachers in the classroom. Luckily we’ve still been trolling the Twitterverse for the best edu-tweets of the week.
Rhode Islanders know that it’s time for change when it comes to school staffing.
@Mebutke Broad support last night to reform school staffing policies: students, teachers, advocates, parents, concerned citizens @RhodeIslandCAN
Looks like the Rising Tide is contagious! Check out what’s happening in Indiana.
@Tony_Bennett It is inspiring to hear how different the conversation is around teacher effectiveness today than it was one year ago. It's a culture shift!
It’s not just Rhode Islanders that want to prize their most talented teachers.
@RhodeIslandCAN RI not the only state tackling seniority layoff issues; our March 1 layoff date is one of the earliest in the country!blogs.edweek.org/edweek/teacher…
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@andypvd #Nonprofit community throughout the world needs to continually find new ways to #inspire if they expect to recruit best volunteers + staff!
Great teachers are an important part of the equation, too.
@score4schools Schools succeed b/c they have leaders who understood good teaching, made it their priority, & honed it w/ their staffsow.ly/az62J