Teacher Appreciation Day

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2021 Date4 May 2021
2022 Date3 May 2022
Teacher Appreciation Day

Teacher Appreciation Day History

Teacher Appreciation Day seeks to show appreciation for teachers and educators. This day aims to acknowledge them for all the hard work they do for their students and their communities. This day encourages giving teachers and educators gifts or preparing luncheons as a sign of appreciation.

Teacher Appreciation Day seems to have been started in 2018 as a way to show more appreciation for teachers. It is observed annually on the Tuesday of the first full week in May.

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Teacher Appreciation Day Facts

  • According to Statista, there were about 400,000 educators employed in public elementary and secondary schools in Canada in 2018.
  • According to payscale, the average salary for teachers in Canada was $61,000 in 2020.
  • According to canadianvisa.org, Nunavut is in high demand of elementary, middle, and high school teachers. Educators can expect a salary upwards of $100,000 a year. Alberta is also in high demand for university professors and lecturers. Educators can expect a salary upwards of $80,000.

Teacher Appreciation Day Top Events and Things to Do

  • Offer your appreciation for your teachers and educators by making them a gift basket. Let them know you appreciate all their hard work.
  • Donate supplies to your teacher's classrooms. Often teachers are required to purchase any additional supplies even if they are necessary.
  • Several provinces are in high demand of teachers. Let your fellow teachers know about opportunities that lie in wait. Provinces needing educators tend to offer greater pay and benefits.

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