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Skip the Apples--Here's What Teachers Really Want

It's that time of year when eager young students come to class with teacher gifts in hand. Those gifts might be anything from a fruit basket to a plate of brownies to a homemade card. Do teachers appreciate these gifts? Of course. But do they use them? Not always. The truth is, most teachers are just happy to be recognized for what they do. Still, it's hard to be completely thrilled by another "World's Greatest Teacher" mug. Or by anything that remotely resembles an apple. Top-rated teacher gifts can be simple Parents should be credited for wanting to show appreciation to their child's teacher. But instead of another scented candle, bottle of lotion, or expensive art piece, why not choose:
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Imagine Learning gives back to Ferguson School District

The Thanksgiving season is an excellent time to commemorate those who look outside their own blessings and strive to directly fill the needs of others. Imagine Learning employees endeavor to do just that by giving back and recognizing educators, soldiers, and others who bless the lives of those around them.
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Future makers

At Windom elementary—a dual immersion school—principal Lucilla Yira wears a lot of hats. She's a teacher, a friend, and a leader. She's also a mother, a mentor, an innovator, and a role model. But at the end of each busy day, she does what she does because she's passionate about one thing: student success.
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This corps has something in common: excellence

On day two of the Partnership Forum, district administrators and educators spent time with Imagine Learning at the company's headquarters in Provo, Utah. They asked questions, shared insights and solutions with each other, and had the opportunity to mingle with a few celebrities.
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