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CONTEST: Uplift Kids with Children's Lit

Enter to win a free kid's book in honour of World Teachers' Day.

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Teachers know that books can be a gateway to connection, a source of belonging and a portal to other worlds. In honour of World Teachers' Day on Oct. 5, five Tyee readers will win one of five books for children and young adults in a giveaway sponsored by the BC Teachers' Federation.

The titles include:

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What's World Teachers' Day all about? Each year, UNESCO coins a theme. This year's is: "The teachers we need for the education we want: The global imperative to reverse the teacher shortage."

Teaching is a calling that BC educators take seriously, but staff shortages make their jobs harder every day. We need to fix the teacher shortage. On World Teachers' Day, thank a teacher in your life for all they do.

The BC Teachers' Federation thanks the Vancouver Writers Fest for providing the books. Enter to win below.

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About the BC Teachers' Federation

The BC Teachers' Federation represents 50,000 teachers across the province and advocates for a free, inclusive and quality public education system where the learning needs of all students can be met.  [Tyee]

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