The entire week is known as Teacher Appreciation Week (May 2 - May 6, 2011). Outside the U.S., many other country celebrate Teacher Appreciation every October 5, World Teacher's Day.
Popular Google searches for the holiday include teacher appreciation ideas, teacher appreciation gifts, teacher appreciation certificates, teacher appreciation event, teacher appreciation party, teacher appreciation banquet, and other similar searches.
According to the National Education Association (NEA) website, Congress declared March 7, 1980, as National Teacher Day - but for that one year only. NEA continued to unofficially celebrate the day every March, until the NEA Representative Assembly voted to change the event to Tuesday of the first full week of May beginning in 1985.
Typical Teacher Appreciation Day gift ideas include gift certificates, lunch, and gift baskets. Here are some unique ideas for Teacher Appreciation Day 2011:
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Do you have unique ideas for Teacher Appreciation Day 2011? Please share them in the comments section!
Great job on "Teacher Appreciation Day"...Great to see that teacher job has more value in the world, because in my country is very bad to be a teacher..
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