The Author

Christopher Copeland teaches fourth grade at Rodeph Sholom School, a Reform Jewish day school located on the Upper West Side of New York City. For the first eight years of his career, he taught English at a public high school in Birmingham, Alabama. He later spent one year coordinating an after-school literacy program at a charter school in East Harlem. He and his wife attend Redeemer Presbyterian Church, where he was a Gotham Fellow.

What Teachers Really Need for ‘Back to School’

Join me in praying for my teacher colleagues gearing up for another year full of the hope that keeps us doing what we do.
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