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📣📣 Summit Atlas teacher Keenan Grayson shares why teaching at Summit is unique and empowering.
1. Teachers are having a real impact on students’ lives by teaching what matters.
2. Teachers are building meaningful and lasting relationships with students and colleagues.
3. Teachers feel supported by leadership at every step.
The result? Better outcomes for students! Our students are overwhelmingly choosing to attend college and they are prepared with the habits and skills to live a fulfilled life in whatever path they choose. That success is due to our teachers!
Read more in Keenan’s guest perspective in Westside Seattle (@RobinsonNews).
www.westsideseattle.com/robinson-papers/2022/10/07/op-ed-im-washington-teacher-and-i-love-my-job ... See MoreSee Less
Op-Ed: I’m a Washington teacher and I love my job. | Westside SeattleFri, 10/07/2022 by Keenan Grayson It seems every day is a new storyline trumpeting a beleaguered teaching profession. The teacher shortage dominates the headlines and we’ve all seen stories about te...
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