What Style Teacher are You: A Lane Bryant Quiz

Can we guess what kind of teacher you are based on your fashion preferences? With the help of Lane Bryant we’re going to try! Pick your […]

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What’s really involved in your first teaching job: Advice from last year’s Rookies

In our last First Year Teacher post, we shared what last year’s rookie teachers had to say about running their first classrooms. If you’re starting […]

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AAC Teams Up with Stage Stores for a #StyleShowdown

This Back-to-School season, support teachers when you vote on your favorite look in the Stage Stores Facebook #StyleShowdown.

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Running your first classroom: Advice from last year’s rookies

Forty to fifty percent of new teachers leave within their first five years on the job. Why? Because teaching is hard. More is expected of […]

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#RAISEAHAND for Teachers with thredUP

Did you know that seven out of 10 teachers purchase apparel items like jackets, socks, and shoes for their students? Proper school clothing for students […]

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Thank you ACE!

We’re overwhelmed with excitement and gratitude here at AdoptAClassroom.org! This May ACE Cash Express raised $138,000 for teachers with their Give A Little Campaign.

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#BICFightForYourWrite

We at AdoptAClassroom.org are excited for another year teaming up with BIC’s Fight for Your Write campaign! Together, we are working to save handwriting as […]

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2nd Grade Teacher Creates a Family Base in her Classroom

“These kids are so excited about a book.” Heather Mitchell is a 2nd grade teacher at McKinley Elementary School in Erie, Pennsylvania. Her classroom is […]

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Featured Donor Story: Believing in Public Education Means Taking Action for Michael Ellegood

Michael Ellegood is concerned about the state of education in his city. When a vote to give the local school system more money failed, it […]

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