r/Teachers is a subreddit that gathers thousands of diverse teachers worldwide to discuss the profession and get career advice.

This community has over 365,000 members from all over the world. It's indeed a great place to find teacher support and advice. Members discuss topics relative to the profession, such as professional wardrobe, classroom management, communication with families, and curriculum. Additionally, there are also posts with interview/career advice. If you are looking to land or leave a teaching job, this community is great to get feedback.

Moreover, the community includes a comprehensive wiki with useful information for teachers. This wiki has answers to common questions about teaching, as well as a section with additional resources such as books, tech, gadgets, and apps for teachers.


  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2008
  • Amount of members: 365,000
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Meet like-minded teachers:
The r/Teachers community gathers thousands of diverse teachers worldwide, allowing you to expand your professional network, bounce off ideas with peers, and make new friends.

Learn and boost your career:
r/Teachers open a safe space for teachers to discuss different topics, such as classroom management, pedagogy, interview advice, curriculum, and more.

Get support and help:
The community is a great space to get teacher support and advice. Additionally, members use the subreddit to share wins and challenges and get accountability from fellow peers.


No requirements.



Sometimes, the community organizes regular megathreads. For example, there is an Annual New Teacher and Back-To-School mega-thread. It includes three discussions:

  1. All things new teacher
  2. Back-to-school general discussion
  3. Back-to-school shopping

Networking Events

Members of r/Teachers use the subreddit to connect and interact with diverse teachers worldwide. The community is great to ask questions, requesting advice, growing in your career, or simply venting. There are several flairs to categorize posts, such as:

  • Humor
  • Teacher Support &/or Advice
  • Career & Interview Advice
  • Professional Dress & Wardrobe
  • Classroom Management & Strategies
  • Policy & Politics

Additionally, you can participate in the subreddit's chatroom to chat in real-time with other members.

Content Library

r/Teachers has a very comprehensive wiki with lots of useful information for teachers. Topics include Appearance, Classroom Management, Communicating with Families, How to Land (or Leave) a Teaching Job, Mental Health & Self-Care, and Substitute Teachers. Additionally, there is a Recommended Resources section with book suggestions, tech and gadgets, and apps for teachers.


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