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Aspire Mailbag: Teach Better Live Event with Jeff Gargas

Jeff Gargas and Joshua Stamper, Teach Better Team

In this 10th Aspire Mailbag episode, Jeff Gargas and I answer questions on different leadership topics provided by the listeners during the Teach Better 12 Hour Live event. Please join us for this episode as Jeff and I answer questions on preparing for the upcoming school year, including parents in professional development, racial inequity and share some exciting Teach Better announcements for upcoming events!  

Featuring Jeff Gargas and Joshua Stamper

Ways to connect:

Aspire Leadership Voxer Group: https://web.voxer.com/chats/1591806390902_0556311350_00f9cfa1

Teach Better Virtual Kick Off: https://www.teachbetter.com/virtual-networking-kick-off-teachbetter20/

 

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About the author, Joshua

Joshua Stamper is a middle school Assistant Principal for a North Texas School District, where he's had the amazing opportunity to work at four campuses, two districts, and with hundreds of students, teachers, and administrators. Prior to Joshua's current position, he was a classroom educator and athletic coach for 6 years working with students in grades 6-8.

In addition to his administrative position, Joshua is a podcaster, blogger, leadership coach and education presenter.

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