Anthony Cody

Network for Public Education

Guest

Activist and writer who works with teachers as part of the nonprofit Network for Public Education; blogger at EdWeek.org; former teacher in the Oakland Unified School District for 18 years, and a mentor and a coach on a district level for six years, he now leads workshops with teachers

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