Imagine what could happen if we allowed parents, students, teachers and administrators to be co-collaborators of educational environments — where teachers and administrators were honored as guides, parents honored as the invested partners and students honored as co-creators of their learning.
My voice is here to tell you this: It is possible. It requires us rethinking and restructuring our educational system to honor teachers as experts and parents as investors. It requires us honoring the voices of all involved. Most of all, this change involves all of us doing the personal work to speak up – clarifying what we believe, believing that we are worthy of being heard, honoring what we know and facing the fear of speaking the truth in public.Read More