Teacher Related is a comprehensive online platform for education, providing a wealth of information and resources for educators, students, schools, daycares, and the wider education community. Our mission is to promote an education-focused lifestyle and to create a comprehensive source for all things education-related. Our aim is to be the go-to hub for anyone seeking information, inspiration, and guidance in the field of education.

We are dedicated to bridging the gap between education and social media, and to using social media to make education more accessible and inclusive. By leveraging the latest tools and techniques, we aim to empower educators, students, and educational institutions to achieve their goals and to make a positive impact on the world.

Pursuit To The Betterment Of Education

Teacher Related is a digital media platform that is dedicated to advancing education. Our platform offers a unique perspective on education-related issues, providing educators with an alternative source of journalism that is free from political bias and influence.

At Teacher Related, we are committed to promoting truth and integrity in journalism by producing investigative pieces, opinion articles, and feature stories in a variety of formats, including written, visual, video, and audio. Our goal is to create a conversation between educators, students, administrators, and educational institutions, and to provide a platform for diverse voices and perspectives.

Our platform covers a wide range of topics that are relevant to education, including women’s and minority rights, environmental and climate change, the freedom of education, and practical advice for educators. We strive to be at the forefront of modern journalism by embracing multimedia and fostering direct engagement between our platform and its users.

The Powerhouse of Social Media for Educators

Teacher Related is a teacher-oriented social media agency that is dedicated to elevating the voices of teachers and promoting education. We own several accounts focused on teachers and education, each of which serves as a platform for teachers to share their experiences, insights, and expertise. With millions of people reached each month, Teacher Related provides a powerful vehicle for teachers to promote their work, build their professional networks, and raise awareness about the issues that are most important to them. Our platform empowers teachers to be heard by a wider audience, and it helps to accelerate the focus on the vital role that teachers play in shaping the future of our society. Whether you’re a seasoned educator or just starting out in your career, Teacher Related is here to help you connect with others, share your ideas, and make a positive impact on the world through education.

Our Mission

To Engage, Inspire, and Support Education by Providing Accessible Resources, Building Connections, and Promoting a Love of Learning for All.

Our Vision

To Empower Education Globally, Igniting a Movement of Lifelong Learning and Inspiring Positive Change Through Knowledge and Innovation.

Our Values


Communication: We believe in the importance of clear and open communication, and we strive to create a platform where information is easily accessible to all stakeholders.

Collaboration: We value the power of collaboration and believe that diverse perspectives and resources are essential for driving progress. By working together, we can achieve our shared goals and reach new heights.

Continuous Improvement: We are committed to continuous improvement and lead by example in our pursuit of excellence. We believe in setting high standards for ourselves and continuously striving to meet and exceed those standards.

Commitment: We are dedicated to doing our best and treating everyone with dignity and respect. We believe in upholding the highest standards of professionalism and integrity, and we are committed to building strong relationships based on trust and mutual respect.

Latest Posts

  • Thailand: Activists Rally to End Cruel Punishment Haircuts Inflicted on Helpless Students
    Activists in Thailand are calling for more definitive guidelines and stricter enforcement measures to eradicate the practice of humiliating punishment haircuts in schools. The outcry follows an incident in which a teacher was accused of cutting the hair of over 100 students while they sat on the floor in rows. For decades, students in Thailand have been subjected to strict regulations concerning the length and style of their hair. However, in response to mounting protests by young people, the Ministry of Education recently abolished these regulations and suggested that individual schools establish their own policies.
  • Discrimination and External Obligations Hinder Black Students from Achieving College Degrees, Alarming Study Uncovers
    A recent study by Gallup and the Lumina Foundation revealed that black students have lower six-year completion rates for degree or certificate programs compared to other racial or ethnic groups. The study, released on Thursday, highlights that black students face several obstacles in completing post-secondary programs, including high expenses and racial discrimination. The research found that black students in the least diverse programs are more likely to feel discriminated against or experience physical or psychological harm. It further showed that 21% of currently enrolled black students in all post-secondary institutions reported feeling discriminated against “frequently” or “occasionally.”
  • The Devastating Consequence Of Screen Overdose: Children Cognitive Skills At Risk
    A new study that was published in JAMA Pediatrics found a link between time spent in front of a screen during infancy and lower cognitive skills later in childhood.
  • The Hunger Crisis in England’s Nurseries: Childcare Providers Cry Out for Urgent Financial Aid from the GOVERNMENT
    A recent survey of over 500 childcare providers in the UK reveals that many are struggling to provide nutritious meals for children due to rising food costs. According to data shared with The Guardian by the Early Years Alliance and the London Early Years Foundation, nearly 1 in 10 childcare providers had turned to food charities for assistance, and nearly 62 percent had to use cheaper ingredients in their meals.