12 Ways Teachers Can Build Resilience So They Can Make Systemic Change

When Elena Aguilar started her teaching career in Oakland public schools 25 years ago, she was sure there was no better job than teaching. She loved her work, but she couldn’t help noticing how many teachers left her Oakland school each year. And she started taking note of how disruptive that cycle is to the school community and to the school’s ability to implement new programs. “We’d get everyone trained and then two years later 75 percent of teachers who had been in that training were gone,” Aguilar said. It’s Read More …