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a longtime supporter of teachers and leading global provider of school supplies and services, applauds the State of Florida's commitment to education through additional investment in the Teachers Classroom Supply Assistance Program, announced this
This week, communities across the country take time to honor educators who have made a real difference in our lives and celebrate their hard work and commitment in the classroom and beyond. " Here's To Teachers " is encouraging everyone to get
The Husband and Wife Law Team found this month’s Teacher Appreciation award presentation one of their most touching presentations yet. Mark and Alexis Breyer of Breyer Law congratulate this month’s winner of their monthly Teacher Appreciation
Celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week Paul Wulff , a High School Intervention Specialist at Ohio Virtual Academy, won the 2012 National American Pioneer of Teaching Award from the National Coalition for Public School Options. K12's Academic Services
Public Schools officials sent out notices to 333 teachers saying that their jobs had effectively been eliminated. This should be considered better form than last year, when they sent out excessing notices on the last day of Teacher Appreciation Week.
Today begins Teacher Appreciation Week 2012, and that means honoring your teachers with a special gift or some other token of appreciation. We have much to thank our teachers for, whether it be inspiring us to choose a certain career path or changing
The community has been collecting school supplies for each teacher and or school employee. More than $2,000 in local gift certificates will be handed out, and there will be free lunch, massages, demonstrations by Health Point, Stanton Wellness Center,
Each year, more than 90 percent of teachers spend hundreds of dollars of their own money on classroom materials, according to the National Education Association. The first 100 teachers visiting the Merced Staples store at 20 West Olive Avenue on Aug.
Chance favors the prepared mind. Louis Pasteur Scott Vogt, a teacher at Palisade High School, relies on a famous chemist's observation to guide his teaching. Vogt and other Grand Valley educators have received thanks from students or former students