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How to avoid the ‘It could have been better had I stepped in’ feeling

“You don’t want to be in the position where, five years from now, you’re sitting back and looking at your city or your state or your country and thinking, ‘It could have been better had I stepped in.’”

— Jason Esteves, board chair, Atlanta Board of Education

Take a look at the story of LEE member Jason Esteves, a board member for Atlanta Public Schools.

With help from LEE, Jason won his seat and is now serving as a voice for students in her community.


Leadership for Educational Equity works with LEE members like these to provide coaching through an individualized curriculum of competencies to get them ready to become powerful elected leaders.

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