Consider A $\Rightarrow$ B, A $\models$ B, and A $\vdash$ B.
What are some examples contrasting their proper use? For example, give A and B such that A $\models$ B is true but A $\Rightarrow$ B is false. I'd appreciate pointers to any tutorial-level discussion that contrasts these operators.
Edit: What I took away from this discussion and the others linked is that logicians make a distinction between $\vdash$ and $\models$, but non-logicians tend to use $\Rightarrow$ for both relations plus a few others. Points go to Trevor for being the first to explain the relevance of completeness and soundness.