Teachers Go Above & Beyond for Students. Now It’s Our Turn to Share our Support.
No matter their ZIP code or the color of their skin, teachers are creating lesson plans while they create a sense of safety and belonging for their students. They are getting up early to make it work and they stay up late with worry. Teachers are working with parents and caregivers while they work without enough resources. They are reaching students who are falling behind and must reach into their own pockets to transform classrooms into learning environments.
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A Teacher Appreciation Week Virtual Town Hall
Educators Deserve Support & Respect
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Despite all of its challenges, this past year has made me prouder than ever to be an educator. It has been an honor to watch you rise to every occasion and meet every challenge with compassion, creativity, and care for all of your students.
#ThankATeacher With Educator Spotlights
We’ve put together a roundup of stories that showcase just a few of our exceptional educators going beyond the call of duty to help students succeed during a challenging and unconventional school year. Check out the full library of educator spotlight stories and share your favorites with #ThankATeacher.
'You never know who you might meet along the way'
Find and recognize the power of your voice
'Unpaid student teaching is inequitable'
'There were three events that led me to be a teacher'
'I’ve been lucky to provide an environment where many children could grow and learn'
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