We have always asked a lot from our nation’s K-12 teachers. Now, during these highly unusual times, the demands on our educators have grown even greater. AdoptAClassrsoom.org would like to help. This Thursday, we want to bring together our educator community for a Twitter idea exchange on distance learning. Our intent is to provide a […]
This #GivingTuesday, help us end 2019 strong so we can help even more teachers in 2020. A generous donor is matching #GivingTuesday gifts on 12/3/19 to our Annual Fund, so act fast!* And, if you give over $150, we’ll send you your very own giant AdoptAClassroom.org pencil. This is a great gift if you’re making […]
If classroom funding isn’t there, teachers find ways to fill the gap. They’re doing more with less and it’s coming out of their own pockets. We asked teachers across the nation to share the emotional and financial impact of funding legislation in their classrooms and lives.
Thank you for supporting education with us this school year! Together, we’ve helped more than 8,400 classrooms so students in need across the country have access to the supplies they deserve.
*** The Donation Match Has Ended: $0 in matching funds remain.*** Thank you to everyone who made a gift to a classroom this Teacher Appreciation Week. If you made a gift, you will receive a donation match confirmation email later this week. Still want to help? Find and support a teacher here. This Teacher Appreciation Week, […]
The role of the teacher has changed so much in my 13 years in the profession. Teachers find themselves constantly being asked to do more with less. One of the many things teachers do is build meaningful relationships with all students. You know how the saying goes, “Kids don’t care what you know until they […]
Kindergarten teacher Janice has raised more than $5,600 on AdoptAClassroom.org from individual donors and Spotlight funds in order to support her classroom needs. She purchased much-needed classroom supplies, but she also used the donations to pay for professional development courses to help her effectively utilize the materials she ordered. We hear from teachers and principals […]
Telling the story of your classroom can be overwhelming. You spend most of your time in the classroom, thinking about your students, or lesson planning. You can talk about your profession for hours, but how do you distill the most important information into a few paragraphs? Crafting a donation ask can be hard, but it […]