Reflections Shared As Part of "Five Things I’ve Learned" Project

Cheryl S. Williams, executive director of the Learning First Alliance (LFA), recently shared her reflections and insights as part of the Pearson Foundation’s Five Things I’ve Learned media project.
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Cheryl S. Williams, an education industry veteran and executive director of the Learning First Alliance (LFA), a partnership of 16 leading education associations, recently shared her reflections and insights as part of the Pearson Foundation’s Five Things I’ve Learned media project. Launching with 54 contributors from across education, the project chronicles lessons learned from decades of real-world experience and shares proven practice about learning, teaching and helping others.

Five Things I’ve Learned will add new voices each week to the website, with the goal of extending the dialogue around what works for young people, teachers and the school systems and community organizations that support them. Cheryl S. Williams will be featured on the home page beginning on July 16th.

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