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Teachers regularly supply resources and materials for their students using their own money, so it's important for educators to find as many discounts as possible. That's why DealHack developed the Teachers Discount List with 19 categories that can help provide…

Teaching is a historically female-dominated profession, but that is rapidly changing. More men than ever are now earning teacher certifications or degrees and taking their place in the classroom. While the percentage of men in the classroom is growing,…

Both career changers and new teachers fresh out of college need to examine their wardrobe when preparing for their career in the classroom. What might be acceptable to wear in a corporate office or college classroom is not always…

Here at the American Board, we want our candidates to succeed. We do this in many ways: phone and email support, the Study Buddy program, and encouraging blog articles. But the best support our candidates receive is advice from…

Teachers are passionate people; passionate people who spend more on their students and classrooms each year thanks to dwindling district-wide budgets. In fact, on average, teachers nationwide spend between $500-$1,000 of their own money on their classrooms annually. Between…

Both new and experienced educators often try to learn more about their profession in order to improve classroom management and student engagement. But with millions of books written on education, where can a teacher start? A recent thread on…

Experience is the best teacher, that’s why experienced teachers give the best advice. Recently, a Redditor asked veteran teachers, “What are some things that took you years to learn or realize about the teaching profession that could benefit us…

Often, teachers will use their own money to decorate and provide supplies for their classrooms. And teachers surely don’t have millions of dollars to buy supplies. That’s why we’ve scoured the internet to find the most affordable quality school…

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