Lane Bryant is raising their hand again to support teachers! Last year was such a huge success they’re bringing back Chalk it up to STYLE for another year! Check out what they have in store for the entire month of August to raise money for teachers nationwide AND how you can help.
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 favorites below—then head into any Lane Bryant store to get a 15% teacher discount and support local classrooms across the country.
This Back-to-School season, support teachers when you vote on your favorite look in the Stage Stores Facebook #StyleShowdown.
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 is more important than you might think. 85% of teachers we surveyed said that students lack confidence when they come to class without the proper clothing or supplies.
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 a critical learning tool for children. But we think typing about it would be a little hypocritical…So instead we got some of our team members to practice their handwriting by […]
This month we’re celebrating our partner Farmer’s Insurance, who got great coverage in People!
What do you do with a low-income school, a few donated garden boxes, and no funding for plants or supplies? To this question, teachers Debbie Rutledge-Lockyear and Janet White’s response was confident. You make it work. When they received the garden boxes, the teachers began dreaming of creating a community garden where they could give their […]
Mrs. Ramsey is determined to see her 4th grade class succeed. However, in a district where over 70 percent of students qualify for free or reduced lunch, basic school supplies are out of reach for many of her students. In response, she covered the cost of those items out of her own pocket. Teacher: Linda […]