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Safety Tips for Inclement Weather
Winter is here – bringing snow, sleet, school closings, car accidents, and slip‐and‐falls! While we hope for a mild winter, we want to make sure you are prepared for whatever the season may bring. Before you head out in the cold, here are some helpful tips to get you safely to your destination: 
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Martin Luther King Jr. Lessons
With Martin Luther King Jr. Day right around the corner, we wanted to share this article we found on Education World’s website: Martin Luther King, Jr. Teaches Many Lessons. 
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Back to School After Winter Break
Going back to school after winter break can feel like a let-down to some teachers. The merriment that came with holiday anticipation has evaporated, the days are short, and the weather is cold. You may find yourself pining for the days of sleeping in and binge-watching the latest TV craze.
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Education Improvements Under the Obama Administration
2017 is underway and a new presidential administration is on the horizon. Reflecting on President Obama’s last eight years, we found this excellent video from the U.S. Department of Education titled: 8 Ways Education Has Improved Under the Obama Administration.
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How to Rejuvenate During Winter Break
It’s important for teachers to take some time to recharge their battery while schools are closed this week. We found a helpful blog post from The Institute for Excellence in Education entitled: Four Tips to Help Teachers Rejuvenate During the Holiday Break. 
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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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