Hard-Earned Recognition for the Pre-K Classroom with Tabatha Rosproy

It’s no secret that in the United States, early childhood education receives far less government funding and public attention than K-12. So today we’re interviewing Tabatha Rosproy to highlight the crucial role of early childhood education and the issues educators face in the pre-k classroom. 

Tabatha is the 2020 National Teacher of the Year award recipient. Along with being a 10-year veteran and brilliant educator, Tabatha’s pre-k classroom is . . . unique. She teaches in an intergenerational program: her classroom is housed in a local Kansas retirement community and nursing home. 

Tabatha has a lot of insight, so let’s jump right into the interview. 

Introducing Tabatha Rosproy

Well, Tabatha, welcome to The Teacher Education Podcast. How are you? (01:04)

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