Possible Free Microsoft Office 365 for Students/Teachers

Students ages 13 years and older who attend a school that has purchased Microsoft Office organization-wide for all faculty/staff via the Microsoft Volume Licensing program can get Office 365 for FREE. This includes:

  • The latest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Access and Publisher
  • Installation on up to five PCs or Macs, and Office apps on other mobile devices including Windows tablets and iPad
  • 1 Terabyte of OneDrive cloud storage
  • Office Online

Teachers will be eligible to sign up starting in October.

Free 2014 “Stossel In The Classroom” DVD –Teachers

Teachers and homeschoolers can request a FREE copy of the 2015 ‘Stossel in the Classroom’ DVD. This 49-minute DVD includes eight segments from John Stossel television programs (listed below).

Overregulation: When Are There Enough Rules?
Moving Companies: Who Chooses Who Moves Our Stuff?
Protecting Endangered Species: A Good Idea Gone Wild?
Tough To Get a Lyft: Regulating Your Ride?
War on Women: Fact or Fable?
Internship Regulation: Are Unpaid Interns Exploited?
Reputation or Regulation: Which Provides Better Consumer Protection?
Electronic Surveillance: What’s Happening To Our Privacy?

Free Wet Ones – Teachers

TeacherLists.com is revolutionizing the old-fashioned school supply lists and teacher wish lists that have been circulating around schools for decades. Teachers who create a list at TeacherLists.com can get FREE wet ones and those who refer another teacher to the program will receive another FREE package. Offers will be available for a limited time only.