Teachers Are Spending Big Money On Back-To-School, And They’re Not Alone. Back-to-school time doesn’t only mean big spending for students and parents, often, educators have to shell out money from their own paychecks to supply classrooms. According to a survey from the National School Supply and Equipment Association (now the Education Market Association), teachers spent an average of nearly $500 out of pocket on back-to-school shopping last year. Read more at huffingtonpost.com.

Discover How Children Learn Mathematics Skills. When it comes to adding up it’s experience that counts, scientists have found. Research carried out on elementary school-age children has revealed that drilling children on simple addition and multiplication may pay off.According to the results, as children’s brains develop remembering sums helps them add up faster. Read more at dailymail.co.uk.

The Profound Impact of a Teacher. The foundation of this country is built on education. Through the classroom teachers inspire and engage lifelong learners. For a second, put away the politics of education. Ignore the issues of Common Core, pensions and money. Now, take a moment and think about the positive touch a teacher made on your life. Read more at huffingtonpost.com.