The start of a new school year can be a stressful time for students, teachers and parents. Between adjusting to new schedules, preparing supplies and lessons plans, the beginning of a new school year brings on a range of emotions from excitement to anxiety and everything in between. During the transition of getting back into the routine of the school year, mental health should be a top priority for students and teachers alike.
We often hear that teachers are not paid nearly enough for their energy, education, time and dedication. While we don’t disagree with this statement, as teaching is an incredibly valuable profession that so often goes without recognition, there are desirable ways in which teachers can generate additional income by utilizing their teaching and leadership skills and expertise. Whether you’re searching for a teaching-related job to help fill up your summer break, or even after the school day, we have put some great ideas together to help you earn some additional income.