Teachers are the backbone of society, they inspire, motivate, and educate the next generation, which is why recruitment and retention are fundamental when it comes to our teachers. Here to talk more about this topic are Jennifer Bryan, 2021 Southeast Regional Teacher of the Year, Rep. Jeffery Elmore, and Charlene Pittman, Assistant Superintendent, Edgecombe County Schools.
- Jennifer Bryan, 2021 Southeast Regional Teacher of the Year
- Rep. Jeffery Elmore, (R), 94th district
- Charlene Pittman, Assistant Superintendent, Edgecombe County Schools
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