If you are not following @LYSNation on Twitter, then you missed the Top 10 LYS Tweets from the week of November 19, 2017 when they were first posted. And if you are on Twitter, you might want to check out the Tweeters who made this week’s list.
1. He is the Baptist preacher who stands tall for public education. He pulls no punches and fights against vouchers. Meet Pastor Charles Johnson. (@washingtonpost)
2. Kids can’t do math? – We teach them! Kids can’t read? – We teach them! Kids can’t behave? – We punish them?? ‘What’s with that?’ (By @mraspinall)
3. If you want your students to know it, make them write about it! (By @mcknightmare29)
4. The fallacy of “school choice“ is that we only have the responsibility to educate our OWN children – not the responsibility to educate ALL children. A fundamental violation of the American ideal. (By @pastors4txkids)
5. Schools are not defined by the mission statement on the wall; they are defined by what actually goes on in classrooms. (By @SteeleThoughts)
6. You already know enough about most of the problems you face to identify the right person to solve them. (By @Leadershipfreak)
7. Something I’ve noticed about good teachers… is that they want to be better teachers. (By @SteeleThoughts)
8. When we get tired and stressed, we forget how powerful our words can be. (By @mcknightmare29)
9. If everyone moved from talking about it to doing it, the inertia would change. (By @ideaguy42)
10. Washington’s dysfunction is bad enough, now Texas Lt. Governor Dan Patrick has brought the circus antics home to Austin. As your Republican lieutenant governor, I promise to spend less time on TV and more time working for all Texans! Retire Dan Patrick (By @smidler)
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