Educators throughout the country are preparing for World Teachers' Day, which will be celebrated October 5.
According to the Canadian Teachers' Federation, educators in the country will celebrate by promoting this year's theme – "Teachers: Inspiring students, awakening potential."
Paul Taillefer, president of the CTF, said Canada boasts some of the world's finest teachers.
"It is the dedication of Canada's well-educated, highly professional teaching force that has created one of the best public education systems in the world," said Taillefer. "By drawing on their substantial pool of experience, expertise and knowledge, Canadian teachers can continue to enhance public education in order to inspire students and awaken their potential."
He went on to say that in a recent survey, nine in 10 teachers in Canada say their primary responsibilities include "preparing students to become responsible citizens, ensuring that students acquire the basic skills of reading, writing and mathematics, and preparing students to be lifelong learners."
Most teachers would agree that the quality of learning is in large measure indicative of how prepared and organized students are. Portable storage containers can help students keep tests and homework assignments that may prove useful for reviewal purposes later in the semester.