30 Under 30: A New Generation of Educators is Already Making a Difference

September 2017
NEA Today;Fall2017, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p1
The article features 30 young educators in the U.S. who are building networks of support as well as growing their skillset and raising their voices as leaders in their profession and union. Featured kindergarten, special education, and grade school teachers include Courtney Alexander, Lydia Bustos, and Tammy Marie Eitner.


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