Teacher leadership conference

Dr. Peggy Redman, director of teacher education, chats with a few of the many teachers who came to be a part ULV’s second annual conference and workshop that focused on teacher leadership. Flyers were sent out to several schools to spur interest for the event and all who were interested attended. / photo by Brian Murphy
Dr. Peggy Redman, director of teacher education, chats with a few of the many teachers who came to be a part ULV’s second annual conference and workshop that focused on teacher leadership. Flyers were sent out to several schools to spur interest for the event and all who were interested attended. / photo by Brian Murphy
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