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Breaking The Code Campaign and Connected Educators Month Initiative

Posted on 05/13/2015

Breaking The Code

One of the problems education faces in getting the resources and support it needs is that much of the great work being done in the schools every day by teachers, administrators, school staff, parents and students is unknown to the general public, because a culture of humility has created a climate of silence.

The BAM Radio Network (the home of Connected Educators Radio) has organized a coalition of education leaders, including the American Association of School Administrators, the American Federation of Teachers, the Association of School Business Officials, the Barbara Bush Foundation For Family Literacy, the Consortium of School Networking, Discovery Education, the Ford Foundation, the International Society for Technology in Education, the National Association for the Education of Young Children, the National Association of Elementary School Principals, the National Association of School Nurses, the National Association of Secondary School Principals, the National Education Association, the National Geographic Society, the National Head Start Association, the National PTA, the National School Boards Association, Save The Children, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and more.

Join this Connected Educators campaign External link opens in new window or tab and share your stories of the amazing teachers, principals, superintendents, school nurses, engaged parents, school librarians, school custodians and other caring staff in your schools, we won't collectively succeed.

To learn more about the campaign, how you can nominate amazing educators to be included, and get a Break The Code Of Silence video read the CEM's April 25, 2015 blog post External link opens in new window or tab