Support Educators Today, and Every Day Teacher Appreciation Week 2023
What Teachers Want in 2022
We asked teachers from across the country to share what they most needed and what would make them feel most appreciated—especially after two extremely difficult years for the profession, and the world.
Text CELEBRATE to 48744 to Participate In a Week of Appreciation
Whether you are an educator or a supporter of one, we have the perfect way for you to celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week.
We will be gathering messages from across the country and sending them straight to your phone! Text CELEBRATE to 48744 and you will get periodic texts throughout the week that remind you how special both you and your profession are.
Text CELEBRATE to 48744 to leave a message of gratitude to educators. These will be delivered (see above) to the real people helping our students every day.
#ThankATeacher on Social Media
Say Thank You on Instagram Stories
Show Appreciation on Facebook,Twitter, and Instagram
Tell Your Friends to Text CELEBRATE to 48744
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.
Shereena Dyer: A Better Future for Them.
Brandon Mooradian: Engaging Students and Organizing Educators
Tracey Barrett: The Best Part of My Day
Stephanie Johnson: A Passion for Education
Derron Cook: Art and Activism
We Are All in This Together.
Join us not only this week, but throughout the year, in saying ‘thank you’ to our nation’s educators. For just $25 a year, you can become a part of our work to improve the quality of our public schools, keep caring educators in our classrooms, increase student achievement, and make sure our schools are safer, better places to learn. Become a community ally and fund our work advocating for public schools, students, and educators.