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019: Experience based leadership: What schools can learn from the military

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The root of leadership is relationship. Students can become leaders too if given more opportunity to lead, fail, learn, and ultimately succeed. Veteran educator Sung Lee shares his philosophy and approach to building a strong student “middle class” to create a classroom culture of leaders.

About today’s guest

Sung Lee is a longtime teacher, mentor, and coach. Prior to becoming a physics teacher, he was an officer with the United States Marine Corps. He is committed to experienced based teaching and instilling life lessons to help students be successful. Sung hosts the “Inspiring Educators” podcast and is a developer of innovative after school programming.

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