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Educator Thanks Teachers in an 'Unusual' Way

Educator thanks teachers in an 'unusual' way in the Washington Post

"It's Teacher Appreciation Week! You know what that means. Teachers around the country will go to their mailrooms in their respective front offices, and hopefully, at the very least, find a Fun-Sized Snickers bar in their mailbox," writes Kathleen Jasper, of the website ConversationEd. The educator wrote a letter thanking teachers in the Washington Post. Valerie Straus, a regular contributor, called the letter "rather unusual."

"Feel appreciated yet?" continued Jasper. "I don't have enough Snickers Bars to fill all the teacher mailboxes in the country, so I wanted to give you a heart-felt thank you, because many of us appreciate how challenging and thankless the profession can be."

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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