Suzanne DeMallie – Can You hear Me Now: Join the Conversation to Make Public Education A Better Choice – 375

By Steven Miletto

Teaching Learning Leading K12 provides resources for classroom teachers and school-based administrators.

Suzanne Rupp DeMallie talks about her book – Can You Hear Me Now: Join the Conversation to Make Public Education A Better Choice. This is episode 375 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.
Suzanne Rupp DeMallie taught for seven years in the Baltimore County Public School system. Research into her own son’s learning difficulties led her to author the Classroom Auditory Learning Issues resolution, adopted by the National PTA in July, 2007. Her work has appeared in Our Children Magazine, T.H.E. Journal, Towson Times, and The Baltimore Sun. She has presented at the National School Boards Association’s Annual Convention; to national, state, and local PTA groups; and to politicians. 
Suzanne was awarded the National PTA’s Life Achievement Award in May 2007, the highest honor from the nation’s largest child advocacy organization.
Today we are going to focus on her book, Can You Hear Me Now? Join the Conversation to Make Public Education A Better Choice
A little bit about Can You Hear Me Now?
As a parent, DeMallie fought a nationwide battle against bureaucracy for the simple, common-sense idea that children in the back of a classroom should be able to hear their teacher. Now, as a teacher herself, DeMallie is speaking loud and clear, fighting public-school dysfunction on the inside.
Can You Hear Me Now ? walks parents and teachers through everything they need to know to make a difference in their local district and beyond, from the most basic questions they should be asking to the most effective steps they can take to make their voices heard. 
So much to learn today!
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