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In this last moment before you (hopefully) head home for a few well-deserved days off, the editors at The Educator's Room want you to know how much we appreciate you, dear readers! This magazine is written by educators for educators, and we are so grateful that you take the time during the week to read our articles. Because you have chosen to dedicate yourself to education in whatever capacity, we hope you will take to heart our gratitude for what you do each day. Without you, countless children would not have the same chance to know and understand the world they are growing up into. Without you, classrooms (in whatever form) would not be exciting, energizing places of learning. Without you, new and innovative ideas in learning and teaching would not spread from school to school. Without you, the future would not be as bright.
Our goal and mission is to empower educators as the experts they are. In expressing our gratitude to you, our readers, we hope to communicate how important you are to us. Our focus is to encourage you, but without you, we wouldn't be here! There are so many educators around the country who are struggling this year, and so many who need our support - we want you to know that you are on our minds and in our hearts. We stand in solidarity with all teachers who are fighting for better conditions in their schools, standing for children, and resisting the negativity that often feels so powerful in our profession.
We also want to express our deepest gratitude to our amazing writers - we have dedicated educators who write every week to share their experiences and expertise. They are each incredibly talented and dedicated to our cause here at The Educator's Room. All of their past articles are available on our website, so you can find dozens of fantastically written articles beyond the new and fresh ideas you from them get every week. We are so grateful for our team of writers and so glad they've chosen to share their skills with us and you!
Thank you for your commitment to education and your commitment to kids and teachers. Thank you for joining us in our commitment to finding new ways to better conditions for all who need access to an empowering educational environment. Enjoy your holiday and time off, and we will see you next week with some fresh new topics for you to consider!
Franchesca Warren, Editor-in-Chief
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