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Cooper chosen to serve on CERRA Advisory Board
Teacher advocates guide recruitment, retention efforts
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Camden Middle School teacher Lori Cooper is among a group of educators from across the Palmetto State who have been chosen to serve on the Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention and Advancement’s (CERRA) Advisory Board. The CERRA Advisory Board (CAB) advocates for the teaching profession, especially in the areas of educator recruitment, retention, and advancement. The group also acts as an advisory body for the network of educators affiliated with CERRA. CAB serves as a positive voice for educational reform, professional development for all teachers, and the improvement of teacher quality in order to raise the level of student achievement in South Carolina’s public schools.