Thank You Burlington Stores For Three Successful Years of Supporting Classrooms

Burlington Stores raised more than $2 million this back-to-school season for classrooms coast to coast. We want to give a huge shout out to Burlington Stores and all of their 45,000 associates across the country for partnering with AdoptAClassroom.org for the third year in a row. It is because of your dedication and hard work […]

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Kona Ice partners with AdoptAClassroom.org
Kona Ice Partners With AdoptAClassroom.org for Third Consecutive Year!

We’re thrilled to partner with Kona Ice for the third year! Over the past two years, our partnership with Kona Ice has helped fund classrooms in need of support nationwide. Together, we’ve helped teachers purchase the school supplies they needed to keep their classroom stocked with the learning materials their students were lacking. According to a […]

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Support Classrooms With A Facebook Fundraiser

According to an American Red Cross survey, 79 percent of Americans said they would rather have a charitable donation made in their name than a gift they wouldn’t use. Does this sound like you? If so, celebrate your birthday with a Facebook Fundraiser! Facebook Fundraiser With an AdoptAClassroom.org Facebook fundraiser, you can ask your friends […]

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La Tierra Community School is Fostering Community and Building Character. You Can Help.
La Tierra is Fostering Community and Building Character. You Can Help.

La Tierra Community School in Prescott, AZ, is an elementary charter school with about 130 students. Even though the school population is small, their needs are great. La Tierra has a high portion of low-income students, and about 65% are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch. You can view their school’s fundraising page by clicking […]

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5 Ways Teachers Are Treated Like College Students

Teaching is the most important job that exists, but teachers aren’t always treated like it. In fact, many of these professionals can relate more to college students than they can to their college-educated peers. Don’t believe us? Based on conversations we’ve had with teachers across the country, we know most can relate to at least […]

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Teacher Appreciation Is in Deficit, Let’s Not Make It Worse

Teachers have it bad enough already, so why are some school districts cutting off much-needed additional resources for classrooms? The unprecedented number of teacher strikes across the country in recent months is the culmination of years of growing frustration among teachers. Salaries have stagnated relative to other professions; funding for classroom resources has been cut; […]

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Turnkey Ways Businesses Can Give Back to Local Teachers

Teachers as a whole work hard everyday because they genuinely care about their students and want them to do well. Often, their dedication and extra efforts go unnoticed or unappreciated. But, if they stop and think about it, most people can name at least one teacher that really stood out and made life better for […]

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The Los Angeles Strike: A Teacher’s Perspective

On January 14, Los Angeles teacher and AdoptAClassroom.org guest blogger Dr. Jakeisha Gibson joined her fellow teachers on strike for smaller class sizes, increased salaries, and the hiring of more nurses and counselors to meet growing student needs. The night before the strike, Jakeisha detailed on her blog the feelings she and her students experienced […]

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Teachers First Fund: Up to $20,000 Matched

AUGUST 21 & 22 ONLY! OOLY and the AdoptAClassroom.org Board of Directors are challenging YOU to a dollar-for-dollar match for our Annual Fund up to $20,000. Your donation will go where it’s needed most to help teachers. For two decades you’ve helped AdoptAClassroom.org fund teachers across the country.  But our job isn’t done. Far from […]

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