Article: Inequity Undermines Principal Longevity, Affecting Student Achievement NAESP’s Principal Magazine, May/June 2019. Volume 98, Number 5.



In Dixon’s latest book, she provides an overview of the historical efforts of policymakers and their impact on  America’s public educators and students. With a compelling narrative about her own journey in the field, feeling burned out and beaten up, yet refusing to give in by fighting back, she shares both challenges and potential solutions to improve the health of the public education profession.  You can learn more about the book by watching the video below.

Latoya’s passion is evident through the raw and open stories she shares of her own experiences and reflections about how educators must take the action needed to improve the health of their profession for the sake of the children and future of our world. The book is available on Kindle and in paperback on Amazon.

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