We’re asking educators to share why they chose the field of education. Among their responses so far: They want to open up doors of opportunities for children and families from underserved communities. They want to help others discover and unleash their talent for good. And they want to be part of something bigger than themselves. See what else they said and share your own reason why.
#WhyIChoseEducation I chose education because of my ability to shape the future of education. My role as a teacher and mentor can lead to bigger and better things! I’ve loved having a student from @NCStateCED to learn and grow with! #growthmindset
When Ss don't have exposure to the possibilities their futures may hold, how can we expect them to believe in themselves? Tapping into a child's unseen potential and getting them to know they are worth it and deserve the very best! #WhyIChoseEducation
Why did I choose education? Because there should be no limit to what the future generation can accomplish. Possibilities should be endless for ALL children, EVERYWHERE! ❤️❤️Let’s open those doors! #WhyIChoseEducation@NCStateCED
Why I chose education is found in the eyes of kids. A glimmer of hope to be anything they could imagine.My friend Kimorah wants to be a nurse. My job is to remove the barriersand ensure equitable education for all students to reach their dreams. #WhyIChoseEducation
People often ask how I got started in education and my answer is quite simple. I was born to do this. We’ve all heard people say they wish things could be different in our school systems, so why not me? I can start being that change. #WhyIChoseEducation#BeTheChange@NCStateCED
I chose education because of the relationships with the students. Each student walks through the classroom doors with a story. As a teacher, I can be that person who will listen, inspire, and put a smile on their faces!#whyIchoseeducation