90 Retailers That Offer Teacher Discounts

90 Retailers That Offer Teacher Discounts

by TeachThought Staff

It’s no secret that back-to-school shopping can get expensive for teachers.

If they’re not shelling out money for art supplies and paper, they’re off buying fresh clothes and shoes. Luckily, the retailers below want to help. From Apple to J. Crew, these companies offer teacher discounts on just about everything a teacher could possibly need for the new semester!

As with any promo, do confirm that the deal is still in place before you order. But don’t be shy, either! If you don’t see your favorite big retailer, movie chain, museum, or more listed here, give them a call and ask if they participate in any teacher discounts.

Companies That Offer Teacher Discounts [Updated For 2023]


A 30% discount online and in-store and 20% at factory outlets.

Whether you need Photoshop or Creative Cloud, Adobe offers education discounts you

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Leading dyslexia treatment isn’t a magic bullet, studies find, while other options show promise

More than 2 million children, nearly 3 out of 10 who receive special education services in the United States, have been diagnosed with dyslexia or a closely related reading disability. Getting the solution right is important, not only to help these children read and write, but to spend taxpayer funds on helping them efficiently.

Monica McHale-Small, director of education at the Learning Disabilities Association of America, and previously with the International Dyslexia Association, said there’s a “growing consensus” that Orton-Gillingham approaches aren’t necessarily what all children with dyslexia need.  “The research is there,” she said. “You can’t deny the findings of multiple studies.”

Many dyslexia advocates remain loyal to Orton-Gillingham, McHale-Small said, because so many parents have kids whom they believe were helped by Orton-Gillingham tutors. Meanwhile, it remains out of reach for many low-income families. Orton-Gillingham involves very expensive teacher training, she said, which many schools cannot afford. McHale-Small

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