Teacher Appreciation Week Deals
Teaching Channel is honoring teachers this week with "5 Days, 5 Giveaways." All you need to do is have a complete Teacher Channel profile to be entered for a chance to win.
The Barnes and Noble Educator program allows you to save 20 percent off the price of all books purchased for classroom use and 20 percent off the price during Educator Appreciation Days. You will also receive coupons and other special promotions by signing up for the program.
Staples Teacher Appreciation Day offers storewide deals and discounts to celebrate great teachers. This year's deals have not yet been posted, but be sure to check back. You won’t want to miss these amazing offers!
Teachers DisCount is a members-only program. Joining as a licensed and practicing teacher gives you access to deep discounts ranging from 10 percent to 60 percent off thousands of name-brand items.
Office Max has an annual sale for Teacher Appreciation Day featuring storewide discounts on classroom and office supplies. Check their website soon for this year’s specials.
Scholastic Free Printables are available to teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week. These free classroom resources include handouts, worksheets, posters and other dynamic content to enrich your classroom environment. The Teacher Express web store also features special deals.
All participating Applebee’s restaurants have special discounts for teachers on certain days during Teacher Appreciation Week. Check the Applebee’s website to see when your local Applebee’s is having its Teacher Appreciation Day.
Ann Taylor Loft celebrates teachers every day with 15 percent off daily purchases, exclusive sweepstakes and discounts for teachers, and a grants program that awards a total of $50,000 annually to teachers. It also has special Teacher Appreciation Days that offer additional discounts to members.
Discount School Supply, one of the leading places for bargain prices on classroom supplies, has a sale of 15 percent off for Teacher Appreciation Day to celebrate great teachers. Be sure to check the site this week for the promotional code!
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As the 2012 school year begins to wind down, many students across the country are diligently preparing for Advanced Placement exams in 34 different subject areas. AP courses are designed to help high school students acquire the skills and study habits essential for success in college. With test dates running from May 7 through May 25, AP students are poised to hit the ground running when beginning their post-secondary careers, should they earn a score high enough to gain them college credit.
In keeping with the testing season, we are very excited to launch an infographic that highlights the progress made within AP curricula over the past decade. Our graphic, “The Rise of the AP,” shares information and statistics from the College Board’s 8th Annual "AP Report to the Nation."
We encourage you to share the graphic below with teachers, classmates and friends who might be prepping for an AP exam…
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This week is Teacher Appreciation Week. From May 7 to 11, Americans across the nation will be celebrating amazing teachers by honoring their contributions, selfless dedication and tireless work. While teachers should be thanked for their efforts every day of the year, Teacher Appreciation Week is a special time dedicated just for them. To celebrate, we have rounded up five news stories from this week that show how people are appreciating their teachers. New Jersey Launches Online Teacher Appreciation Initiatives Governor Christie …
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It's Teacher Appreciation Week, the time of year when we thank those who work so hard educate us and our children. Some businesses celebrate by offering teachers deals on supplies, books and meals. Others celebrate with public events to recognize the teachers in their community. But sometimes the best way to celebrate is to just reach out to one of your favorite teachers and offer a simple thank you.
Is there a special teacher who you'd like to thank, but you're not sure how? This year, Teach.com has made it easy to reach out to your favorite teachers on Facebook. All you have to do is upload one of these images and tag your teacher on the photo that you think best describes them. It's a simple …