Part of what makes this blog great is it includes so many descriptions of what is going on in schools and school-related events. These first-hand accounts are as important if not more so than the opinions and analysis or even the official news that comes out in the papers.
So the next time you're at a school meeting, a staff meeting, a press event, a protest, or whatever, think about sending in a little description of what happened so that others can read about it. It doesn't have to be long -- four sentences is fine. It doesn't have to include your name -- just let me know. You don't even have to have a strong opinion about it (though opinions are welcome). As long as you think it was interesting, we probably will, too.
Just send me an email to email@example.com and tell me:
-- Who was there
-- When and where it took place
-- What people were talking about
-- What decision or action got made (if any)
-- What happens next
Seriously -- give it a try. Between us we've got a LOT of eyes and ears about what's going on in the schools. I
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