McDonald's is dishing out free breakfast all week for the people who work hard to educate and inform our kids.

Teachers are officially in the thick of things with the school semester in full swing. This year has already been something different for teachers. These last few months have been about adjusting to new rules and creating a learning space that's best for all children. With everything that's happen with the pandemic, McDonald's wants to take care of teachers with some free goodies.

For this week only, teachers can get a little extra love with a FREE breakfast from their nearest McDonald's.

Who qualifies for a free breakfast?

Administrators, teachers, and school staff are eligible for a 'Thank You' meal, but you must show your work identification.

This promotion includes a hash brown, one of three sandwiches, and a free drink and will last all week.

This isn't the first time McDonald's has given free stuff to teachers. They've done this for a few years now, and were even giving out free McFlurries back in May.

But like I said, teachers face unique challenges during the ongoing pandemic, so that free breakfast will really hit the spot in a different way this year.

By the way, there are other freebies teachers can enjoy. Microsoft and Basecamp offer free software and services for educators, and even ABCmouse and Lumosity can be free if you're a teacher.

Check out a list of freebies and discounted services for teachers here, and thank you to all the teachers and school staff out there doing their best for our kids.

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