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Education in the Age of the Underdog

Education in the Age of the Underdog

Education in the Age of the Underdog

Dr. Ryan Jackson
Dr. Ryan Jackson
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

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Launch date: 21 Jul 2017
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Last updated: 24 Aug 2020

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Erin Hunt (23 Jul 2020)
Thank you for an actually real approach to leading education. When I first started teaching, I was completely dismayed by the fact that teaching doesn't seem to be teaching anymore. What I witnessed education as when I first started was less than what I expected, and it crushed my spirit. Your approach seems much better/more than I could have ever dreamed or imagined working in schools could be! How very blessed your students, staff, and community members are! The fire is contagious, and I'm thankful to have heard your message and seen your example of what can be!
angela bates (30 Jun 2020)
Spoken with passion
Shannon Grant (20 Jun 2019)
He was an amazing speaker, very inspiring and authentic.

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Description

Dr. Ryan Jackson from Mt. Pleasant High School in Maury County, TN shares real life examples as he talks about educators being advocates for the "underdog."

Objectives

Ryan Jackson explains why educators must be advocates for all students.
Ryan Jackson provides real-time examples from his life/career where being advocate for all students can truly make a difference.
Dr. Ryan Jackson

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Dr. Ryan Jackson
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

Ryan Jackson is the principal for Maury County Mt. Pleasant High School. The nation's first one-to-one K12 STEAM campus.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Tennessee Academy for School Leaders
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    Exam Attempts: 2
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    Exam Pass Rate: 80

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User Reviews (4)

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Erin Hunt (23 Jul 2020)
Thank you for an actually real approach to leading education. When I first started teaching, I was completely dismayed by the fact that teaching doesn't seem to be teaching anymore. What I witnessed education as when I first started was less than what I expected, and it crushed my spirit. Your approach seems much better/more than I could have ever dreamed or imagined working in schools could be! How very blessed your students, staff, and community members are! The fire is contagious, and I'm thankful to have heard your message and seen your example of what can be!
angela bates (30 Jun 2020)
Spoken with passion
Shannon Grant (20 Jun 2019)
He was an amazing speaker, very inspiring and authentic.
Dee McCullough (8 Jun 2019)
Great presentation!!!

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