Using Your Teacher Voice to Create Systemic Change
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Jacqueline Martinez
July 15, 2022 1:00 PM
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Overcrowded classrooms, underpaid teachers, and standardized testing- oh my! The education system is broken, and the teacher voice/perspective is one that tends to be overlooked or sometimes flat out ignored. It doesn't help that there is a deeply rooted fear of retaliation among educators that prevents many from using their teacher voice to speak up and advocate for themselves and their students. This is the tutorial/pep talk you didn't know you needed on using your teacher voice to advocate and create systemic change.


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Expert Credentials

Jacqueline is a 12 year veteran elementary bilingual teacher in Texas, but she has also taught abroad in China and Uganda, Africa. She is certified in EC-4 Bilingual, holds two Bachelor's degrees (English Literature & Health Promotion) and earned a Master's Degree in Education Leadership & Policy.