Editorial & Disclosure Policy

At The Will to Teach, our goal is to support readers in their teaching career.

Part of how we do that is recommending strategies, resources, and more. Below, you can find more information on our editorial process, including how we pick products, and how we may be compensated through our content.

Editorial Process

Our main goal as a content-driven platform is to find the best solutions for our readers. We explore topics that are of interest to teachers and give advice as well as recommend strategies, resources, or products.

In any case, we’re committed to useful, accurate and practical information above all else. Solving our readers’ problems and challenges is our top priority, and we firmly believe that if we do that the right way, everything else will fall into place. We do our best to keep our stories updated with links to brands, research, and sites that provide additional info.

We strive to find writers who have personal experience in the profession. For reviews, we try to find writers who have some experience with the types of products being reviewed.

We pride ourselves on our research and commitment to putting out the best possible stories for our readers, and welcome suggestions on how to do that better.

Affiliate Links & Recommendations

In some of our articles, we may earn a small commission when readers purchase products through our links.

This doesn’t affect which products are included in the articles, and in most cases our writers are not aware of which brands and products offer us a sales commission. All of the products we highlight are recommended for their quality and overall reputation regardless of any affiliate relationships.

The commissions we make from these articles allow us to pay our writers the best rates possible, and to allow us to put as much time and energy into the research and vetting side of the review process. We don’t want to cut corners, and we want to pay writers and resource testers what they’re worth.

If we receive resources to review directly from brands, it’s noted in the review itself. Any brands or products that pay for promotion or advertising on the site is considered “Sponsored.”

Amazon Associates & Other Programs

As an Amazon Associate, The Will to Teach may earn commissions from qualifying purchases from Amazon.com. You can recognise articles that include these affiliate links by the words: “Affiliate Disclosure: as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases from Amazon.com”, which will be displayed below the article title on the article page.

Our reputation as a place to find quality support and advice is important to us, and that helps us navigate what we recommend to our readers.