CCSD teacher and SNWP Teaching Consultant, Stacey Dallas Johnston, reflects on being a teacher during this moment in our nation.  In her piece, “My Hands Will Ache and My Voice Will Shake, But I’ll Be the Change That Helps Protect My Students,” Johnston writes, “I want my students and my own children to be able to see people standing together in solidarity to make their futures safer, more accepting and more loving. I need them to know that their school days are about poetry, equations, science and building relationships, not about dissecting the room for places to hide from gunfire.”

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