June 28, 2016
Guest blog by Jeff Crawford, Secondary Math Specialist, Mead School District, Spokane, WA
Not long ago at this quaint Italian restaurant, I tried to pay my bill and the waiter told me that someone already took care of it. I was dumbfounded. Someone I knew had pulled the waiter aside, took care of my tab, and asked only to tell me to “pay it forward.”
As a math reviewer, I consider the work I’m doing at EdREports as a way to ‘pay it forward.’
A single report can impact thousands of teachers, which in turn benefits tens of thousands of students.
But the information in the reviews is only as powerful as the choices we make with with it. That’s why I’m sharing three ways to leverage these reviews in support of ensuring all students have access to high-quality instructional materials. That’s how every one of us can pay it forward.