No Teacher Left Behind

Fulfilling the Needs of Tomorrow's Teachers, Today!

The Success of Your Classroom Depends on Your Attitude!

The students in your class cannot thrive if you have not been given the opportunity to thrive as well. Although standards are in place, and our goal is to achieve them, the emphasis for achieving these goals is in your hands. Personal growth, professional development, and individual motivation are the tools that will help you create, and maintain a successful classroom!
Kid President's Pep Talk to Teachers and Students!

The Highest Standard in Education Should Be Your Own

As work to maintain the standards of No Child Left Behind, do not forget what Kid President said, "If you want to change the world, you have to know about it". That statement was not just for students, but more importantly for teachers. Today's teacher needs to meet their students, where they are. We cannot do that if we do not continue our own education, increase our own skills, and re-define our own practices and standards to meet today's needs.

Your education has brought you a long way, and technology can take you farther, but you will achieve your highest potential when you inspire the children you are teaching. Remain motivated, stay focused, and inspire your students. Help them know about the world so one day, in the not so distant future, they can change it.

A Pep Talk from Kid President to You

Make the World Awesome!

Working with your students, to develop an atmosphere that is conducive to conversation and growth, you can utilize the skills you have been taught and the talents you have developed since then, to make your classroom a standard for tomorrow.

What makes the world awesome? High test scores? Not likely. Stressful test days? Definitely not. You? Yes, you! You make the world awesome, well, you have the potential to make the world awesome, we want you to have every opportunity to achieve your goal, through online lectures and presentations. You are encouraged to find new ways to implement the lessons you already utilize, or develop new lesson plans that achieve better results. You cannot succeed in the classroom if you are left behind.