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Source4Teachers’ 2016 Adopt a Family Drive
The holiday season is a joyful time for most. But for families struggling to make ends meet, the holidays can be difficult – especially when children are involved.
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9 Honest Holiday Cards for Teachers
Check out this funny post we found on WeAreTeachers.com, titled 9 Honest Holiday Cards for Teachers. Teachers are sure to relate to these snarky holiday cards that seem to “keep it real” in a way Hallmark might not! 
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‘Twas the Week Before Winter Break
We hope you enjoy this fun holiday parody of Clement Clarke Moore’s classic poem: ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas – with a teacher’s twist!
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Source4Teachers 2016 Impact Award Goes to Stacy-Ann Johnson
Source4Teachers recently awarded its 3rd Annual Impact Award to Bridgeport Public Schools, CT substitute, Stacy-Ann Johnson. $500 super-sized checks were presented to both Stacy-Ann and the school of her choice at an assembly held on November 22nd. Ms. Johnson chose the Black Rock School where she is currently working a Long-Term ESL position. She also received a crystal apple
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Source4Teachers Ranks in Top 10 of SIA’s Fastest Growing U.S. Staffing Firms
Source4Teachers joined the nation’s top ten fastest-growing staffing firms, placing 7th on the Staffing Industry Analysts’ (SIA) 2016 List. The list ranks 112 qualifying firms throughout the United States based on their compound annual growth rates from 2011 through 2015, excluding acquisitions. Click here to read the full press release.
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Create Your Own Holiday: A Fun Holiday Writing Prompt
Writing prompts are an ideal go-to activity when you have extra time to fill in the classroom. Since they require very little preparation or materials, we recommend keeping a handful of versatile prompts in your teaching toolkit.
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Seven Pre-Holiday Survival Tips for Substitutes
The final weeks leading up to winter break are a challenge for teachers and substitutes alike. Classrooms are abuzz with holiday anticipation, schedules are out-of-whack, and it can be difficult to keep students focused on their studies. While it may be tempting to go on autopilot for the rest of the year, we have seven tips
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K-W-L: An effective teaching strategy
If you ever find yourself looking for an interactive twist to a reading assignment, don’t forget about the K-W-L chart. This classic teaching strategy helps students better tune-in to their reading and can be done as a class, in small groups, or individually. First, you’ll need a chart with 3 columns, labeled K, W, and
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Trump’s Pick for Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos
Last week, President-elect Donald Trump offered the position of Secretary of Education to conservative activist, Betsy DeVos. A billionaire GOP donor and philanthropist from Michigan, DeVos is known to be a strong proponent of school choice, charter schools, and voucher programs.  In Washington Post article Trump Picks Billionaire Betsy DeVos, School Voucher Advocate, as Education Secretary, Emma
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