2012 Labor-Management Collaboration Conference
Secretary Duncan, national ed leaders & over 100 district & state leadership teams met in Cincinnati this week for the 2012 Labor-Management Conference. The conference will encourage participants to exchange ideas, share lessons learned, & encourage leaders to take on similar efforts at home.
- — US Dept of Education (@usedgov)Wed, May 23 2012 12:01:48
- — Greg Mullenholz (@mullenholzii)Thu, May 24 2012 09:35:05
- — John White (@RuralED)Thu, May 24 2012 08:02:14
- — Deborah A. Gist (@deborahgist)Wed, May 23 2012 14:56:51
- — Massie Ritsch (@ED_Outreach)Thu, May 24 2012 11:49:27
- — Shane Smith (@ShaneSmith13)Wed, May 23 2012 14:14:23Transformers Dialogue is over. Great discussions around labor-management collaboration. Now coming together to share thoughts! #LMConf12
- — Greg Mullenholz (@mullenholzii)Wed, May 23 2012 11:58:53Check out #LMConf12 booth 113. Portland Public Schools have littered their contract with the word "collaboration". Fans of the lobster too!
- — Arne Duncan (@arneduncan)Wed, May 23 2012 12:24:08We need to change public perception of teaching. It needs to be honored & valued, instead of diminished & dismissed. #LMConf12
- — Mary Cathryn Ricker (@mcricker)Wed, May 23 2012 14:44:17Ellen Bernstein, Pres of Albuquerque Teachers Fed, speaks for sharing true collaboration around the Common Core State Standards. #LMconf12
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