How to really appreciate teachers? Let them tell you.

In the last teacher panel of the school year, Carly Flandro sits down with three educators from across the state.

They talk about what a teacher’s summer really looks like, and what community members can do to make teachers feel appreciated in lasting and meaningful ways.

Plus, they highlight the teachers who changed their lives and made them want careers in the classroom.

Carly Flandro

Carly Flandro

Carly Flandro reports from her hometown of Pocatello. Prior to joining EdNews, she taught English at Century High and was a reporter for the Bozeman Daily Chronicle. She has won state and regional journalism awards, and her work has appeared in newspapers throughout the West. Flandro has a bachelor’s degree in print journalism and Spanish from the University of Montana, and a master’s degree in English from Idaho State University. You can email her at [email protected] or call or text her at (208) 317-4287.

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