Top LYS Tweets

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. The public school is the best defense of a democratic nation. (By @pastors4txkids)

 

  1. Local ISD’s remain BEST CHOICE for school during this pandemic, whether a family chooses on campus or online learning. Be wary of slick marketing campaigns to contrary. Choose your local public school! (By @smidler)

 

  1. Maslow before Bloom is more important now than perhaps ever before. As a principal safety of all staff and students is critical. Acceptable infections in school….zero. (By @ERobbPrincipal)

 

  1. We are in a crisis now when our commitment to universal public education is being tested. There is no value in my child’s successful education unless and until ALL the children in my community are assured a quality education. Anything short of that is unjust and immoral. (By @pastors4txkids)

 

  1. Covid-19 and School Morale: Morale is “unit cohesion in the face of adversity.” Morale is a function of mission, training, and leadership. This pandemic is pure adversity. If the mission is hazy, the training inadequate, and/or leadership dishonest and inept, then morale will suffer. (By @LYSNation)

 

  1. If schools are so important to get the economy back, is beating up on teachers the best way to do that? (By @hild777)

 

  1. I don’t know all the challenges that will occur this school year … but I have faith in teachers. (By @mr_Alsheimer)

 

  1. Focus on effort, not winning. Winning is a byproduct of effort. –John Wooden (By @CoachMotto)

 

  1. Remember, TikTok is a “national emergency,” but COVID-19 will “just go away on its own.” (By @RJSzczerba)

 

  1. The governor funneled $10 million in pandemic relief dollars into a voucher scheme for families in “poverty.” The reality: Families earning more than $100,000 could qualify. This is what corruption looks like. (By @okea)

 

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