Kenan Fellows Perspective

What I learned: What it takes to be a teacher leader in North Carolina

The Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership is a program to develop high-quality teacher leaders focused on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Members of the program share their reflections this week in the "What I Learned" series.

About the author

Douglas Price is the 2019 North Carolina Burroughs Wellcome Fund Charter School Teacher of the Year and an educator of 11 years. Currently he serves as a Hope Street Group Fellow: Teacher Advisory Council, is an EdAmbassador with EdNC, and has participated in several key fellowships throughout NC, including Hope Street Group: Teacher Voice Network, the Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership, the Education Policy Fellowship Program (NC Public Forum), and the NC Collaborative (Duke Research Clinical Institute). He is a current Doctoral candidate at UNC-Greensboro in Educational Leadership.

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