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What is a suitable motto for teachers?

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"Lead. Care. Inspire." is a contemporary motto suitable for teachers. Using active words, it encompasses three major goals of teaching in a short, inspirational phrase.

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Latin phrases with English translations are often used as mottoes by educational institutions. Examples suitable for teachers include: "Doctrina Perpetua" ("Forever Learning"); "Excellentiam ut Disciplinam" ("Committed to Excellence"); "Vitae Discimus" ("For Life We Learn"); and "Floreat Scientia" ("Let Knowledge Flourish").

Professions and institutions often choose an inspirational motto to clarify the role and motivation of an organization. Particular mottoes are chosen to align with an organization's goals, and to provide clarity of purpose to its members.

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