Lead. Learn. Change.
It’s what educators do every day. And the title of a new book dedicated to teaching and learning.
Lead. Learn. Change. started with the PAGE Impact Project – a research and analysis initiative designed to explore PAGE’s positive impact on Georgia educators, students, and public education. The book blends data, anecdotes, and commentary with an in-depth look into what PAGE does and why we do it. Embedded in the book, and its companion podcast, is the notion that “the very essence of teaching is change.”
Lead. Learn. Change. is available as an eBook and paperback on Amazon.com here and may soon be added to additional outlets. All profits from the book will support the Dr. Allene Magill Scholarship Fund — overseen by the PAGE Foundation and awarded annually with 12 additional PAGE scholarships. Questions or comments for Lead. Learn. Change. author David Reynolds? You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acclaim for Lead. Learn. Change.
“How do we teach decency in thought and in deed in a profession that intentionally cultivates our future by means of our children? We educators who divest of self, and actually feel good about it, will especially appreciate this book.”
— Dr. Felicia Mayfield, Associate Professor and Chair of Curriculum and Instruction, Clark Atlanta University
“What routines blind me? What do I need to let go of? Who do I surround myself with? This book leads the reader to ask, and act on, these important questions.”
— Hannah Talley, Award-winning Georgia educator
“If you’re ready to make a real difference as a teacher, or in any other human endeavor, this book is an excellent guide.”
— Scott Perry, Chief Difference-Maker at Creative on Purpose