How to Elevate Teachers

Teacher voice is so important to the education profession. As such, the Louisiana Department of Education (LDOE) seeks to elevate and recognize teachers in the trenches doing the hard work. Joni Lacy is the Talent Project Director for the Louisiana Department of Education. In her role, she shines light on teachers’ work, encouraging them to be uniquely themselves. When administrators and state representatives elevate teachers who are fully themselves, they also allow students to also be fully themselves.

What are some ways they elevate teachers in your area?

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Check out other pieces from this Tutu Tuesdays Series about elevating teachers and students:

  1. Cultivating the Student and Teacher Relationship
  2. Make Room for Student Strengths
  3. Creating a Virtual Space in Education – Why Representation Matters
  4. The Power of Elevating Student Voice
  5. Building Relationships with Students – Buh Bye Data!

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