Teachers make a lifetime of difference, yet often don’t get thanked.
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Teachers reported in a survey that positive stories about teachers—any teacher—helps them feel good about their profession.
According to TIME magazine, 77% of adults feel teaching is one of the most under-appreciated professions in the U.S. Let's change that!
Thanks for All that you’ve helped me become You inspired me to Not be afraid of success, and to new comfortable in my own skin
School: Southland college prep
Location: 4601 Sauk Trail, Richton park
Dear Mr. Baldwin,
Thanks for The best first grade experience my son could have ever asked for. My younger son better get you as his first grade teacher as well. You inspired me to make sure my children always take time to read. Even though I work full time, you have inspired me to volunteer, because no one is as crazy busy as you are, inspiring our children to learn, and you seem to have all the time in the world to do that.
Location: Wellesley MA
Dear Ms. Bryant,
Thanks for your belief in the strong qualities of all the kids in Room 27. Thank you for your inventiveness, your dedication, your sensitivity, your focus on teaching holistically. You inspired me to understand that good education is happening all around us, and that collectively teachers can help shape a child.
School: Mckinley Elementary
Location: 1025 14th Street, San Francisco, CA