By John Rosales Elizabeth Duffey recently renewed her national board certification, but she isn’t a teacher. After 37 years of teaching high school English, Duffey wanted to impact student achievement in a different way. So she became an instructional facilitator for Tacoma Public Schools in Washington. Duffey now helps teachers teach more effectively. She works [...]
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