Teachers continue to show up every day, from the minute our children step off the school bus until they are safely returned home in our arms. While there were many obstacles along the road, educators across the United States are dedicated to ensuring that our children have the resources they need to achieve their greatest potential.

Times can be challenging, but our teachers have been even tougher. It's now time to honor the daily sacrifices that teachers make for each and every child. Teaching is a labor of love for many of them. Every year, teachers do everything they can for the children and teenagers they encounter. During Teacher Appreciation Month, we will recognize teachers who go above and beyond the call of duty to improve the learning and development of our children.

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Teacher Appreciation Fun Facts
Teacher Appreciation Week was started by the National PTA in 1984. It is always the first full week in May.
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The social media hashtag for posts related to Teacher Appreciation Week is: #ThankATeacher
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, there are currently 3.1 million full-time-equivalent teachers in public schools and 0.4 million in private.
The Smithsonian traces the origins of giving apples to teachers, looking back to the days of one-room school houses. The cultivation of apples made them less bitter and a special offering for teachers.