As evidenced by the massive outcry in opposition to her nomination, Idahoans and Americans have legitimate reasons to be concerned about her intentions and efficacy in the position.
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American Education Week Features “Parents Day”, Tuesday, November 15
2016 Idaho Teacher of the Year Melyssa Ferro narrates this video spotlighting the experiences of new teachers and how the IEA provides educators with the resources and support they need to be successful.
1. Take your vitamin C. You will find during your first years that you are sick all of the time. You may even begin to believe that you are allergic to your students. In my first year of teaching I had a conversation with the doctor that went something like this. Doctor: “It seems you…
This is a terrific opportunity for professional development and collaboration, so don’t miss out on the fun, learning and growth.