By Sherry Posnick-Goodwin
While the educational landscape can appear gloomy, CTA members are stars shining through the clouds. Educator staff writer Sherry Posnick-Goodwin travels the state all year going classroom to classroom to report on budget cuts and other struggles. Through it all, she sees CTA members doing good work every day.
This month the Educator presents profiles of seven members who stood out in tough times. They include teachers, an education support professional, a college professor and a family literacy specialist. Like you, they strive to create a better world for their students. Like you, they are making a difference.
We hope that you see a bit of yourself in each of these stories. Thanks for all that you do and will continue to do. And keep your light shining.
Rosa Hernandez: Literacy starts in the family
Kadhir Rajagopal: Math made cool
Cynthia Siemsen: Sociology comes to life
Armando Hernandez: Taking it on the road
Jamal Speakes: Healing drama
Kimber Wilkinson: Great job
Terry Colvin: Success needs no debate