Teacher Leaders

Have you ever wondered about the many different forms leadership can take within a school? Have you ever pondered how it’s possible for teachers to find the time and resources to teach AND lead? If you have, then come to an Occasional Paper Series panel discussion on “Teacher Leaders: Transforming Schools from the Inside.” Teacher leaders are playing an increasingly important role in shaping American schools. Hear what an expert group of such leaders have to say.


The event will feature an introduction from Eric Nadelstern, chief schools officer of the NYCDOE, and the panel discussion will be moderated by guest editor Gil Schmerler. The panel includes the following teacher-leaders and essayists: Nayantara Mhatre & Jill Stacy, Kami Patrizio, Jessica Endlich Winkler, Jennifer Groves, Kathleen Dickinson Rockwood, Clara E. Lin, Lillian Hernandez & Cristian Solorza, and Robin E. Hummel.

This event takes place in the Bank Street Auditorium, Monday, November 16th, 5:30 – 7:00pm. For those unable to attend in person, the discussion will be streamed live, and online chat will also be available. For more details on Occasional Paper Series events see: http://www.bankstreet.edu/gs/occasionalpapers.html

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