Teachers Telling Truth Inc.



Teachers Telling Truth Inc. is a newly formed non profit organization designed to provide emotional, instructional and communal support to educators in the City of Detroit and surrounding suburbs. Teachers Telling Truth Inc will also provide a proactive approach to finding solutions to today’s educational problems.

Our Vision

Our vision is to have educators come together to strengthen the practice of teaching by providing holistic support in and out of the classroom.

Please check the “Events” page for dates of monthy meetings for the support group and fundraising events.

Also check out the Facebook Group: “TeachersTellingTruth” to be kept abreast of all activities and resources in the education community. Click the link below and request to join.


Stay tuned for more details!!

Ruth Charlton-President of “Teachers Telling Truth Inc.”

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We’re Raising Money!

Teachers Telling Truth Inc $10 Frozen Cookie Dough Tubs Fundraiser is starting soon and we need your support to reach our goal.
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Participants will be coming to you with a brochure full of some great products for you to choose from. You can view the brochure that we will be using by clicking the link to your left. If you would like to see all of the information on this fundraiser you can view it on this website.

One thought on “Teachers Telling Truth Inc.

  1. Monica Oliver

    I believe that this is a great way for teachers to come together and give their opinions about the educational system. We all have a love for teaching young minds to be successful. The media needs to see that there are dedicated teachers that want the best for children because they are the future. I really feel for the children that are misunderstood in this society because they fall victim to stereotypes which is unfair. Some school administrators need to take the time to see how teachers work in the classroom before they are quick to make judgements.