This Vermont Teacher Wants an Education Bill that Strengthens Accountability
October 21, 2015 - Posted by Julie Faust
By Tara Yarlagadda, Field Associate
Earlier this week, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights shared a message from Terri Vest, who teaches 11th grade English, social studies, and online psychology courses at Twinfield Union School, a pre-K-12 school in Vermont.
In her message, Terri highlighted her background as an educator and made an important call to action for the inclusion of key civil rights priorities – including strengthening school accountability for student outcomes – in the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).