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  • Lindsey Sexton

    Great teacher organization for the messy desk, Lesson plan attached with rings on front.

  • Kathy Tregre

    Teacher desk organization. Love this suspension file system on the desk for go to documents: lesson plans on the outside

  • Stacy Giaccone

    Classroom Organization of lesson plans and handouts

  • Morgan Stefanelli

    good organization ideas Would be great for the classroom! You could attach your weekly lesson plans to the front and make each folder a subject!

  • Megan Hart

    On my MUST MAKE list: desktop organization...could I be this organized? Lesson plans on front, file folders by day for work and books

  • Sue Kozlowski

    Great desktop organization & location for lesson plans.

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