Nashville Team Teachers in an Opportunity Culture

by | January 15, 2015

Teachers on multi-classroom leader teams in Metro Nashville Opportunity Culture schools tell why they love their collaborative teams.

This video features interviews with the following teachers from Buena Vista Enhanced Option Elementary School, in order of appearance: Jayme Hubbell, Khalimah Brown, Irene Holden, and Natalie Harmon.

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