Kicking Off a New Series

So I’ve been talking about it and alluding to it for awhile now but finally it’s here! Kicking off a new series of guest posts:

Who? Anyone who has something they think is worth sharing regarding education and anything to do with it. Perhaps you feel strongly about preschool education or perhaps you have thoughts on teaching standards or perhaps your passion lies in higher education. Whatever it is, if you want to share it you are welcome and encouraged to. Teachers, administrators, parents, students, graduates…

What? Anything relevant to education. If you want to write a paragraph of thoughts and send some pictures, great. If you have a 500 word essay or research you want to share, great. Please make sure you are only sending original content written by you.

Why? So many people have so many views and passions when it comes to education that it’s nice to allow a place to share those. And honestly, I enjoy discussing it.

When? I am hoping to make the series weekly and already have the first few guest posts lined up but it will all depend on guest posts.

Now, some ground rules:

These guest posters are sharing THEIR opinion. Which we are all entitled to. We don’t all have to agree but I do ask if you comment or decide to take a wander to their blog that you are respectful and kind. No personal attacks, please. I understand that for some, these topics can be near and dear to the heart but if you feel the need to be mean, back away from the computer.

Any derogatory comments will be deleted.

If you are interested in submitting a guest post you can email me at samarapostuma (at) gmail (dot) com with the subject heading: My Perspective on Education!

Comments here are closed.

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