Emily Ayscue Hassel Named an Aspen Teacher Leader Fellow

November 21, 2011

November 21, 2011 – Public Impact’s co-director Emily Ayscue Hassel is named one of 21 teacher leaders in the inaugural class of the Aspen Teacher Leader Fellows program. This fellowship “is designed to cultivate and support a cohort of teacher leaders – including classroom teachers as well as union leaders and other advocates – who are working to strengthen and improve the profession of teaching and the educational outcomes of America’s K-12 students”.

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