Stacie McClam @staciemcclam
Is There a Place for Tracking in Public Education?
Meet Stacie McClam @staciemcclam
Stacie McClam is an educator, author, filmmaker, and a radio show host of Teacher Talks on Tribe Family Channel. Stacie has 10 years of experience teaching 1st grade through 4th grade. She taught in Washington, D.C., Japan, Denver, Kuwait, and in Los Angeles County. In her 2018 book, “School Dismissed: Walking Away From Teaching,” Stacie describes why she left the teaching profession. The book raises awareness about the trauma that students and teachers experience at school. Stacie is transitioning from teacher to filmmaker. She has directed 2 of the 3 short films that she wrote. Her goal is to create narrative and documentary films about education issues. Stacie feels that she can better serve students outside of the classroom by exposing people to the realities that occur inside the classroom through film. She hopes to use her law degree to advocate for education reform. Stacie was born and raised in Los Angeles County. She attended the University of California at Berkeley, Howard University, and the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.
Is There a Place for Tracking Public Education?
Educator / Founder of School Dismissed LLC ™ Radio Host Teacher Talks
SCHOOL DISMISSED: Walking Away From Teaching(Amazon)