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As we all know, 2020 was unlike any other year. Professions across the world were pushed to their limits. Medical professionals faced challenges like never before, the hospitality industry came to a stop, and educators were told to leave their classrooms. Yet, despite being sent home, teachers had to continue to teach. This week, we pause to say “thank you.” This week, we celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week!

Dear Teachers,

We thank you!
At American Board / ABCTE, we have one goal: we want to help local community members transition to a career in teaching. But you are the reason we are able to do what we do. American Board teachers are consistently some of the best in their schools. And when you’re successful, we all succeed.

Devoted, highly qualified, active in the community. These are just a few of the words we can use to describe teachers. For the work that you do each and every day, we celebrate you! 

Celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week!

To celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week, we’ll be using our social media pages like Facebook and Instagram to highlight some of our favorite qualities about teachers. After all, you are the heart and soul of what we at American Board do! Check in each day for updates.

Additionally, we’ve been using our YouTube page to spotlight the teaching profession, directly from our graduates’ experiences. Visit the page weekly over the next month to hear what teachers say they are most proud of this year.

Click here to learn how other organizations and companies are celebrating teachers this week and throughout the month of May.

Thank A Teacher

American Board helped 1,000+ teachers launch their career in the past year. If this was your first year in the classroom, we hope you’ve been able to see positivity and perseverance in your students and in yourself.

American Board has always been proud of our graduates. But seeing how you’ve all stepped up to handle the challenges of the last year is something we’ll never forget. You were quick to adapt and students have been able to continue learning because of you. 

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