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Why Teachers Quit

It’s Teacher Appreciation Week – so we give some suggestions on ways you can appreciate them and also read some tweets about former teachers and why they quit.

Then Ryan Martin, aka the Anger Professor, is here to talk about his new book, “How to Deal with Angry People: 10 Strategies for Facing Anger at Home, at Work, and in the Street”.

Guest: Ryan Martin

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Teacher Appreciation

What do you appreciate about teachers? Do you have a story about your favorite teacher? 

Former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt began the effort to create Teacher Appreciation Week and National Teachers Day when she urged Congress in 1953 the need for a day recognizing teachers, according to School Specialty. National Teacher Day was initially celebrated on March 7, but in 1984 was moved to May. At that time the National Parent Teacher Association began calling the entire first week of May Teacher Appreciation Week.

Here’s some advice fromUpNorthNews on gifts teachers actually want. And for any teachers,  here’s their list of every educator discount we could find.

Why Do Teachers Quit?

If you’re wondering why there is a teacher shortage in Wisconsin and across the nation, look no further than this testimonies of why former teachers quit: Former teachers reveal what made them quit and it explains why there are teacher shortages.

Ryan Martin on How to Deal with Angry People

We welcome back Professor Ryan Martin, aka @AngerProfessor, to talk about his new book, How to Deal with Angry People 10 Strategies for Facing Anger at Home, at Work, and in the Street.

It’s on sale now, and it sounds like something we could all use.

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