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Educational Resources

With severe budget cuts, many schools can’t provide the key supplies and educational resources that ensure students receive the best possible education, so teachers are picking up the slack.  Fortunately, there’s a really simple way you can give these dedicated teachers a hand.

Throughout the month of September, TakePart is partnering with DonorsChoose.org for the Great Back-to-School Challenge. Every day they’ll be shining a light on a different classroom in need—and their excellent teachers.

Whether it’s funding for books, musical instruments, or art supplies, what all of these great projects have in common is that a little money will go a long way to help educate hundreds of students across America.  Check out the infographic to learn more and donate to your favorite classroom project.

Provide Educational Resources for Teachers in Need

The Shocking Amount America’s Teachers Spend on School Supplies: A TakePart Infographic
Via: TakePart.com
Take Action: Support These Classrooms in Need with The TakePart Back-to-School Challenge

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