This Vermont Teacher Wants an Education Bill that Strengthens Accountability

Categories: Education, News

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).

Click here to read Terri’s powerful message, to learn more about this important issue, and to take action so that every student can receive a high-quality education.