Why Continue to Be a Multi-Classroom Leader? My Daughter

by | February 13, 2020

By Sharon Kebschull Barrett, February 13, 2020

Edgecombe County, North Carolina, Multi-Classroom Leader Cherelle Sanders spoke on Wednesday night at the “Recognizing Top Talent: National Voices on Identifying and Retaining NC’s Best Teachers” panel discussion hosted by the Belk Foundation.

Watch the short video of her powerful talk–why having multi-classroom leaders matters, and the incredible student learning growth her team of brand-new teachers achieved last year.

“I am glad I have the opportunity to continue my career in a state that knows what great teaching looks like and has ways for effective teachers to advance in their profession. It’s important for educators like me, it’s important for beginning teachers just starting their careers, and most of all, it’s important for my Olivia.”

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