Professional Educators

What Education Support Professionals Can Do

NEA’s Priority Schools Campaign is the work of NEA members in struggling schools to raise student achievement and transform public education. That’s where you come in: about 75 percent of education support professionals (ESPs) live, work, shop, and vote in the same school district as their students. NEA’s Priority Schools Campaign needs your commitment and community connections to help close achievement gaps for all students.

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What Education Support Professionals Can Do

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1 response to “What Education Support Professionals Can Do”

  1. Nina Smith July 7, 20128:54 pm

    Focusing on learning instead of teaching and fostering diversity in all educational settings helps schools grow towards more effective teaching and learning. As seen in PISA results: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1I9tuScLUA&feature=player_embedded My blog http://notesfromnina.wordpress.com/ also discusses the ingredients of effective education.
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