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The last page of every issue of the New York Teacher are devoted to the newer teacher. Below are the regular features of that section.
Learning classroom management, attaining certification, applying for classroom grants, encouraging parent involvement — read about these topics and more.
Some “must-do” items to take care of right away and others that will help you prioritize and stay on track.
Real stories from the classrooms that are personal, enlightening and entertaining.
Want to contribute to New Teacher Diaries? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Day-in-the-life features from the New York Teacher about the successes and struggles of new educators from all walks of life.
Take a peek inside fellow teachers' classrooms to see what they're most proud of.
Find the answer to real questions from real teachers.
New teachers highlight great teaching resources.