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. Share this far and wide: “Our leaders blame the schools for not being in great shape – similar to how we as society tend to blame poor people for not having money.” (By @pastors4OKkids)


  1. Great leaders understand that you cannot have success for all students until you confront and correct inequalities. The talk is easier than the work. (By @tgrierhisd)


  1. Every single child deserves to have an advocate, deserves to have a friend, and deserves to feel valued and loved. Every. Single. Child. (By @mr_Alsheimer)


  1. The most effective classroom management strategy is strong relationships with students. (By @justintarte)


  1. A literacy-rich environment not only supports academic growth but also encourages conversation, empathy, and critical thinking. (By @TeachThought)


  1. The difference between knowing how to find an answer and having THE answer is openness. (By @Leadershipfreak)


  1. Repeat after me: expanding Medicaid is not partisan, or at the very least it shouldn’t be partisan. It is a good financial deal for Texas. It bolsters business. It saves rural hospitals. And most importantly, provides healthcare to millions of Texans. It’s that simple. (By @CollierForTexas)


  1. The 87th Texas Legislature will be remembered for voter suppression against blacks, gun proliferation against police, and transgender discrimination against children. Instead of suitable provision for schools. Petty, vindictive, cruel, sad. Pathetic. Jesus weeps. (By @pastors4txkids)


  1. 72,286 new cases were reported yesterday. 5,054 people died from Covid in the last week. Covid isn’t over—we must continue to mask, distance, and get vaccinated as soon as we can. (By @DrTomFrieden)


  1. I’m a board-certified hematologist with a history of pulmonary embolism. The last thing that worried me when I got my vaccine was the risk of blood clots. What worried me, then and now? COVID. (By @marklewismd)


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