Hello and welcome back to the campfire! Today we have Suzanne DeMallie joining us. Suzanne is an Author, CPA turned Educator, Advocate, and mom to three. As a parent, she fought a nationwide battle against bureaucracy for the simple, common-sense idea that children in the back of a classroom should be able to hear their teacher. Now, as a teacher herself, she is speaking loud and clear, fighting public-school dysfunction on the inside.
Suzanne’s book, Can You Hear Me Now?, walks parents and teachers through everything they need to know to make a difference in their local district and beyond.
So grab a seat by the fire as we travel to Baltimore to discuss the decline of the education system and the importance of advocating for a change!
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