5 Classroom Observations That Gave Teachers Hope

We asked teachers on social media to share 2018/2019 school year classroom observations that made them feel hopeful about the future. Teachers across the country told us some amazing stories about their students, and we’re highlighting a few of them to help others feel just as hopeful. Here are five stories that made our day: […]

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Mental Health in the Classroom: Resources for Elementary Teachers

Millions of our nation’s students are dealing with mental health related problems, according to NPR Ed. When students need help, teachers are often the first responders. So, we talked to Melody Stiles, a third-grade teacher certified in special education, to learn some things teachers can do right now to support the mental health needs of […]

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New Vendor Alert: Lee and Low Joins the AdoptAClassroom.org Family

AdoptAClassroom.org is excited to welcome book publisher Lee and Low into our vendor network! Lee and Low is an award-winning publisher that specializes in inclusive and diverse books that reflect the experiences and lives of every student. Lee and Low is entirely minority-owned, and published the first-ever picture book about Japanese Internment Camps during WWII. […]

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A New Way to Give: The Inclusive Classroom Fund

Donors to AdoptAClassroom.org can help bring equity in education to the individual classroom with our new Inclusive Classroom Fund. This new addition to our Spotlight Funds supports teachers who require supplies that address their students’ individual needs, in order to create a level playing field in their classroom. Donations to this fund will help teachers […]

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