“These kids are so excited about a book.” Heather Mitchell is a 2nd grade teacher at McKinley Elementary School in Erie, Pennsylvania. Her classroom is […]
Michael Ellegood is concerned about the state of education in his city. When a vote to give the local school system more money failed, it […]
We all need someone to lean on, and teachers are no exception. If you are frustrated that teachers are struggling to teach because of a […]
Fundraising! It’s why you got into teaching in the first place, right? Not so much. However, you know that a lot of your students don’t […]
This month we’re celebrating our partner Farmer’s Insurance, who got great coverage in People!
The new school year is right around the corner. We hear that teachers are already busy decorating their classrooms for the year ahead.
What do you do with a low-income school, a few donated garden boxes, and no funding for plants or supplies? To this question, teachers Debbie Rutledge-Lockyear […]
Vivett Hemans is an 8th grade language arts teacher at Eagle Academy for Young Men of Southeast Queens in Jamaica, NY. “There is one Eagle […]
As much as you joke about kids driving you crazy, and as much as you fantasize about a summer outside the classroom, let’s be real. […]
It’s that time of year again: you pass out report cards, say your goodbyes to the students, and usher in a summer of rest and […]
In our increasingly online world, photos are becoming extremely important for effective communication. This is true when it comes to your AdoptAClassroom.org page, too! Updating […]
We’re excited to roll out a new feature on our blog: The Innovative Teacher. We are constantly in awe of the great ideas and sharing […]