Help us celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week

Help us celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week

Britannica <3 Educators

Help us tell their stories this Teacher Appreciation Week!

Every day, hard-working educators send us snapshots of their classrooms.

Getting to share these proud moments from curious minds and the people who shape them is why we do this.

What’s your favorite story of an educator who inspires you? Who are the educators who make a difference at your school? Do you have a story about an educator who changed your life?

Tell us your most memorable stories or share why your teacher, librarian, principal, etc. rocks and we’ll share your stories on social media!

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Tweet us feedback to @BritannicaLearn.

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