It’s Time for Districts to Help Teachers Work Smarter Not Harder
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November 03 - 3:00 pm Eastern
Duration: 45 minutes including Q&A
The heavy lifting that teachers do in and out of the classroom is extraordinary, and the negative impacts are increasingly evident. All teachers want the best for their students, but there is an end point to time and energy. In this session, you’ll learn how districts are serving heightened student needs without overextending their teachers. Panelists will share the strategies that can give teachers more fuel to do the work they love—and time to get the rest they deserve.
Lydia E. Martinez-Alvarez
Director of Educational Leadership at Paper Education
Lydia E. Martinez-Alvarez is the Director of Educational Leadership at Paper Education. She is a recently retired Assistant Superintendent from Massachusetts. Lydia holds a bachelor of science in business, a master’s degree in education, and a certificate of advanced graduate studies in educational administration. In addition to her accomplishments in education, Lydia continues to impact the community by serving as a member of the Board of Trustees at Westfield State University, a member of the Board of Directors at the Springfield Museum, and has been awarded the 2022 La Lucha Award from Latinos for Education.
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