Lead Your School represents a cadre of educators from across the country that are driven to maximize student opportunities and to lead the profession by example and action. @LYSNation is one way to share information, ideas, and reflections with those incredible teachers and school leaders. These are the Top 10 tweets shared in the past week.


  1. In our confused time, this must be clearly said: The sacrifice of schoolchildren on the altar of political power and economic recovery is profoundly immoral. (By @pastors4txkids)


  1. “If people want to be in school in person, then we all need to be willing to keep others and ourselves safe by wearing a mask.” Masks are the “bedrock” of slowing the spread of Covid-19 and keeping schools open. (By @oksde)


  1. My school board is holding a virtual meeting to discuss in-person school. Think about that for a minute… (By @pcbrynn)


  1. Strong leaders do not focus on themselves. Instead, they focus on others and their needs, feelings, and expectations.(By @tgrierhisd)


  1. We have never had a more clueless secretary of education working so hard to undermine and deflate educators as we have in Mrs. Amway. Good grief! (By @smidler)


  1. “The only thing DeVos knows about education is how to turn a buck on it. Public education never has had an alleged caretaker that’s more committed to its ultimate destruction.” (By @DerekWBlack)


  1. It helps the Devos anti-public-education agenda to have parents pull their children from public schools that are rushing to open too quickly. So when she says it’s important to have children in school, we should ask which schools she eventually wants those students attending. (By @pgorski)


  1. The worse the boss the more unhappy the team. Low skill bosses lead highly dissatisfied teams. (By @Leadershipfreak)


  1. “In preparation for returning to school this fall, teachers are writing wills, getting medical power of attorney established, and taking out extra life insurance.” (By @pastors4OKkids)


  1. It’s as if JFK never uttered the phrase “ask not what your country can do for you, but ask what you can do for your country” (By @bridgestyler)


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