Why the U.S. is paying teachers to take selfies on Instagram

The U.K. has been testing a program to hire teachers to post selfies with their students in order to promote school spirit.

It’s part of an ongoing initiative to encourage teachers to be more social, and has drawn a fair amount of criticism from educators and parents who say it’s creating a stigma in classrooms.

But according to a report published by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), the trend has been a success.

More than 5,000 teachers have taken part in the program since it launched in October of 2016, and only one teacher has taken a selfie.

The NCS report also found that the program has been successful in boosting teachers’ motivation to teach, even though some teachers still don’t want to do the social media thing.

In the past year, there has been no decrease in teacher numbers, the report found.

But this year’s success is likely due to the fact that the students and parents were able to see them before the school year started, according to the NCES.

The program has seen the most students taking part in it, the study found.

The majority of students in the study took part in at least one activity and at least three other types of activities.

The teachers were paid for the time they spent taking part.

In some instances, the teachers received up to $25,000 for each student that they helped, the NCS found.

In other cases, they were paid a total of $30,000.

A recent study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry found that a teacher can earn $11,500 to $30