108 – Deanna Lough: Equity, Advocacy, and Assessment

By Tim Cavey

DEANNA LOUGH is an English teacher, aspiring leader, kid Mom, puppy Mom, Mrs, theater lover, and lover of all things inspiring and positive.
In our conversation, Deanna recalls a period in her career when she was pushed to the brink by the weight of her work. She talks about her passion for equity and inclusion and explains why it fuels her commitment to rethink assessment. She identifies a professional goal, describes how she stays productive, and shouts out some of the voices and resources that inspire her thinking and shape her practice.
You can connect with Deanna …
On Twitter @Hessteacherest
On Instagram @Deanna.Hess
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Song Track Credits
Intro: Easy (by Mike Cosmo — license purchased at https://taketones.com/)
Outtro: Bluntedsesh4 (by Tha Silent Partner, courtesy of FreeMusicArchive.org)

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