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Are Your Books "Big Brother" Proof?

Center for Teaching Quality

When CTQ author Ariel Sacks published her first book, she realized the inherent struggle between advocating for her idea and continuing to recognize teacher autonomy. How many other authors worry about their ideas being forced in a wholesale way? Sacks states that she senses this conversation as an opportunity for thought leaders. Read more to find out how.
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