Amy Sparks on Being a Multi-Classroom Leader

by | December 15, 2015

Multi-Classroom Leader Amy Sparks highlights how even high-achieving schools and students can continue to grow with an Opportunity Culture, which extends the reach of great teachers and their teams to more students.


Read Amy’s related blog post, When Top Students Drop: Why Even Good Schools Need to Grow.

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