Barnes & Noble Educator Appreciation Days 1/12 – 1/20

Barnes & Noble Educator Appreciation Days 1/12 – 1/20

Barnes & Noble’s will be holding Educator Appreciation Days from January 12 – 20, 2013, in stores nationwide.  Educators will enjoy 25% classroom and personal purchases and 10% off music & DVDs.  There will also be NOOK demonstrations and presentations on the Barnes and Noble Digital Classroom.

Homeschoolers Qualify for the Barnes and Noble Educator Discount

According to their Terms of Service, homeschoolers qualify for the Educator Discount Program too.

At Enrollment and renewal homeschooling parents must provide photo ID and a letter with the following information: family name and address; name of homeschooling parent(s); grade level of each child being homeschooled.

Lindsey Clair

Lindsey Clair is a homeschooling mother of three daughters. She is married to her best friend Ron since 1999! Lindsey possesses a degree in Child Development and just completed her BS degree in business marketing with a social media concentration. She is currently a professional blogger and social media manager. Lindsey is also a trained musician in the areas of piano and vocals. Her hobbies include reading, shopping, blogging, and hanging out with family and friends.

2 thoughts on “Barnes & Noble Educator Appreciation Days 1/12 – 1/20

    1. Hi Jamie,
      According to their website:

      The Barnes & Noble Educator Program is eligible to:

      Educators employed by an accredited pre-K through Grade 12 public, private, or parochial school. Those eligible include but are not limited to teachers, guidance counselors, principals, and reading coaches. (Substitute, student, and retired teachers are not eligible.)

      At enrollment and renewal Educators will be required to provide a valid school or institutional photo ID/pay stub to confirm employment at a school or eligible institution. If the school ID or other proof of employment provided does not contain a photo, a valid government-issued ID will be required in addition.

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