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Uploaded on Oct 6, 2011

Ariel Sacks is an English teacher in New York. Ariel is part of the Collaboratory and serves on our Teaching 2030 team.

TEACHING 2030 demonstrates why we must listen to expert teachers when improving our public schools. In this provocative book, Ariel worked with Barnett Berry and 11 accomplished teachers to present a practical vision for innovative, research-based strategies to transform teaching and learning in America. You can order the book now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Teachers College Press.

This video was submitted to the Teacher Wall Project, a virtual teacher town square for educators to share video clips and comments. It was built by Scholastic, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and DonorsChoose.org as a way to elevate teacher leaders' perspectives on the profession.

For more information on TEACHING 2030 visit:
http://www.teaching2030.org/

For more information on the Teacher Wall project visit: http://teacherwall.scholastic.com/

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