Lily Eskelsen García: Netroots Nation Keynote July 31, 2014 by Lily Categories: Education, Events, General, Video Tags: nea, netroots, netroots nation 2014 Did you miss Lily’s keynote at Netroots Nation? We have it! And we know you need to watch it: Share Article:FacebookTwitterPinterestemailShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related 4 Responses to “Lily Eskelsen García: Netroots Nation Keynote” Richard Wexler August 2, 2014 So glad to see this video at last. I was at Netroots and for me, this speech was the highlight. Even with the audio feed problems, it moved me just as much the second time. As I told someone at the NEA booth at Netroots, both my parents were teachers and union activists, and I only wish they’d lived to hear it. Reply Randy L. Hoover August 12, 2014 Lily’s comments are as refreshing as they are valid. I have been a teacher advocate for many years and have been waiting for NEA to start taking a proactive, teacher advocate stance on these critical issues. I have just launched a new project, The Teacher Advocate at Teacher-Advocate.com that offers a central location for understanding what is wrong with the reform initiatives and why they are wrong. The site is a culmination of my years of research and analysis of NCLB and its fallout that is destroying our public schools and their educators. Please visit the site and spread the word about the project. If anyone can let Lily know of it, please do so as it supports her claims and comments. Thank you. Reply warner woodworth November 6, 2014 As a long term admirer of Lily’s work for Utah education, as a parent of 10 kids raised in Utah schools, and as a university professor who has taught management and community organizing, Lily was always right on target. During her teaching career, as well as public service, she inspired many to work with greater dedication on behalf of our families and our future. Thanks for this message and all you do! Reply Shanna January 14, 2015 It’s noot about free flowing, attacking football orr deep tactics (see Tactical Fluidity) with these teams; you’ll have to stay to one sport plan and grind out results, especially on the tougher difficulties. Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.