Regardless of what the cynics opine, education is full of well-intentioned adults who work hard to be responsible stewards of their areas of impact, be it the classroom, playing field, office, or board room. But personal lives, professional objectives, and political challenges often make creativity and complexity pale from our discussions and decisions in teaching.
Chris Hasebrook will discuss what happens when a school district trusts the vision and effort of well-intentioned adults to have an alternative educational model.
After 29 years of marriage, 28 years of teaching, and 27 years of parenting, Chris Hasebrook is thrilled by the life he’s led thus far and is excited about what’s to come. He is snarky but eschews cynicism. Chris believes in hope, hard work, the Oxford Comma, banning the designated hitter, and that teenagers will always be teenagers, regardless of what we throw at them. As the Teacher-Director at Linworth, he teaches two classes each semester, and encourages all educators to stay as close to the classroom as possible.