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When Lesley De Paz was a new educator, she quickly learned that one of the most expensive parts of her new job was buying books and properly building a classroom library for her students.
You don’t have to convince us how hard educators across the country are working while trying to teach virtually, in class, or a mix of both in the midst of a pandemic.
Brittany Smith, a pre-kindergarten teacher from New Jersey knows how important, but difficult, it can be to discuss the state of the world to young children.
It’s been several weeks since most teachers saw their students in person, since school cafeterias bustled with lunchtime chatter, or hallways echoed with the smack of lockers shutting as the mornin
Teacher Appreciation Month is almost here, and at Edmentum we love celebrating educators!
For months, we’ve been providing you with blogs, videos, news stories, and other content from around the nation to bring some inspiration to your day.
For many students, the transition to an at-home learning environment can be challenging. One student in Madison, South Dakota, was struggling with a division problem.
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