No New Teacher Left Behind
by Donna Hupe, M.Ed.
As retired teachers leave our schools, new teachers take their places. At the same time expectations, responsibilities, and criticism of education in America increase, leaving the new teacher to feel as though getting started is very overwhelming.
No New Teacher Left Behind is a book written with honesty by a retired teacher who strongly believes many educators are dedicated to students beyond what many, in the public sector, can imagine. The ultimate theme of the book focuses around the fact that teachers have one major goal…to give all they have to their students. It is a reassuring reference that encourages new educators to be patient and trust that, as years pass by, they will become better equipped to insure success in the classrooms. The book also instills that all teachers believe in themselves and that they take on the critics of education by never allowing their “teacher passion flame” to extinguish!
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