Teacher Appreciation Week Especially Significant in The Time of COVID

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Teacher Appreciation Week Especially Significant in The Time of COVID

Many educators have been teaching remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic but the need for resources and interactive lessons is not letting up even as more schools  reopen and students return to classrooms across the country.

This year, Teacher Appreciation Week is recognized May 3-7 and the U.S. Census Bureau’s Statistics in Schools (SIS) program is highlighting its many free resources and ready-made lesson plans designed to aid  teachers seeking different and challenging student activities.

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One of the most important aspects of Teacher Appreciation Week is recognizing the contributions our teachers make to the education of our children.

Whether teaching in the classroom, remotely or on a hybrid schedule, educators can find interesting and interactive lessons on the Statistics in Schools page.

Continue reading to learn more about:

  • SIS resources for every grade
  • More SIS resources for teachers
  • Showcasing teacher successes

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