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Source4Teachers Supports Autism Awareness
Many of the support staff we rely on each day at Source4Teachers and MissionOne work closely with students with autism. Since World Autism Day (April 2nd) falls on a Sunday this year, our office used Friday to acknowledge the compassionate work these employees do each day and support a cause that continues to grow in
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How to Get Students to Mind Their Own Business
As a general rule, children tend to be busy bodies. They worry themselves with what their classmates are (or are not) doing, they pick on each other, they tattletale nonstop, and sometimes they even have wandering eyes when taking a test. These behaviors can cripple the productivity of your classroom, and not to mention –
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Heartwarming Notes from Students that Prove Teaching is Worthwhile
Whether you’re a full-time teacher or a substitute, chances are you’ve received some notes of adoration and refrigerator-worthy artwork from a student. It doesn’t take long to work your way into the hearts of your students – you never know which of your actions might leave a lasting impression or gain you a personal fan club. 
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The Trump Administration’s Early Impact on Education
If you value keeping up-to-date with what’s going on in the world of education policy, you may be interested in an upcoming webinar hosted by Vanderbilt’s Peabody College of Education and Human Development: Trump’s First 100 Days and the Impact on Education. On Tuesday, March 28th at 9:00 am, a panel of Peabody researchers with wide-ranging expertise in education policy will
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Our 12 Favorite Inspirational Quotes for Teachers
Every day, teachers inspire their students to work hard, overcome obstacles, and push themselves to achieve incredible things. Today, we’d like to place teachers on the receiving end of the inspiration – so we present to you our top twelve favorite spirit-lifting quotes for teachers!
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5 Types of People Who Should Consider Substitute Teaching
Becoming a substitute teacher comes with some unique job perks that aren’t common elsewhere. Whether you’re enrolled in college, retired, or any life stage in between, substitute teaching is a rewarding (and flexible!) undertaking. 
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A Pep Talk for Teachers & Students – from Kid President!
Kid President’s videos somehow manage to be genuine, silly, and profoundly motivational – all at the same time. We are huge fans! We thought you might enjoy Kid President’s Pep Talk for Teachers and Students which we found on SoulPancake’s YouTube channel and have included below.
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Read Across America Day Read-Aloud Activities
This Thursday, March 2, 2017, marks the 20th anniversary of NEA’s Read Across America Day! Celebrated on the birthday of beloved children’s author, Dr. Seuss, Read Across America Day is the biggest celebration of reading in the U.S. Many schools participate in special programs surrounding Seuss’ affable whimsy and his call to instill a deep-seated love for reading
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10 Transferable Skills of Substitute Teaching
It’s no secret that substitute teaching is a logical job choice for those seeking a career in education. But even if your long-term career goals fall outside the education realm, substitute teaching is still an excellent job option due to the wealth of transferable skills you will gain – skills that will give you an edge
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CEO Kendley Davenport Named Among Staffing Industry Review’s Top 100 Influencers of 2017
We are proud to announce that our CEO, Kendley Davenport, was named among the Staffing Industry Review’s 2017 Staffing 100 List. This list recognizes the top 100 influential leaders of the staffing industry throughout North America. According to The Staffing Industry Review, the individuals on this list stand out for being strong leaders, having integrity, never
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