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Classroom Organization Tips: Our Big Growing List!

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Following an article about a teacher being fired for pumping at school, teachers share their experiences with pumping in the classroom as a new mother after returning from teacher maternity leave. Teachers share their pumping teacher schedule as a breastfeeding teacher returning to school. A free pumping teacher sign will be added. A must read for teacher moms & pregnant teachers who plan on nursing their babies! Experiences teaching after baby. #teachermom #teachermaternityleave #maternityleave

Why Is Pumping as a Teacher such a Challenge?

Inside: Teachers share their experiences with pumping in the classroom as a breastfeeding teacher Who knew that pumping as a teacher would be such a challenge? Since right now I am not in the classroom, I try my best to stay up to date in all things education. I think that is super important as what I do now with creating my resources and blogging impacts educators every day. So one day, I saw an article that really intrigued me. The title was, “Teacher sues, saying she was fired for taking breaks to pump breast milk for her child.” So

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