With unions seemingly under attack on a daily basis, The Teachers Lounge Chat podcast gives educators the chance to let their voices be heard. From advocating for collective bargaining rights to opposing the current regime in power, The Teachers Lounge Chat has your back.
Now, more than ever, is the time to rise up, resist, and let your voice be heard. You are the call-to-action America needs!
Bio: Martha Glenn
Like many of my colleagues, education and teaching runs in my blood. From a young age I was exposed to being in the classroom when I would help my grandmother decorate her room or grade papers. Additionally, I grew up in a household where both of my parents were union members. So it was only natural that I become a teacher and local union member. My family instilled in me that ALL students should have meaningful learning opportunities and receive a quality education.
I have worked in the field of education for 10 years in various capacities. Over my tenure in various districts and states, I found that educators and unions have a powerful message to share and important stories to tell. I am excited to be a part of a program that supports and provides a platform for this expression.