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Education Week opinion letters submissions
Education Week takes no editorial positions but welcomes the opinions, comments, and ideas of its readers. Here's how to submit a letter to the editor.
Education Week opinion letters submissions
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Curriculum Letter to the Editor Finance Education in Schools Must Be More Than Personal
Schools need to teach students to see how their spending impacts others, writes the executive director of the Institute for Humane Education.
February 20, 2024
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Education Week opinion letters submissions
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Recruitment & Retention Letter to the Editor Teacher Housing Is a Critical Need in Native Communities
We can't forget about Indian lands school districts when talking about teacher housing, says this letter to the editor.
January 30, 2024
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Education Week opinion letters submissions
Gwen Keraval for Education Week
Mathematics Letter to the Editor Students Need Math Fact Fluency
Math fact fluency is a timely issue, writes this letter to the editor.
January 16, 2024
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Education Week opinion letters submissions
Gwen Keraval for Education Week
School Climate & Safety Letter to the Editor Work With, Don't Eject, Troubled Students
Schools should work with students, not try to push them out, says this letter to the editor.
January 16, 2024
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Education Letter to the Editor EdWeek's Most-Read Letters of 2023
Read the most-read Letters to the Editor of the past year.
December 19, 2023
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English-Language Learners Letter to the Editor Schools—Not Students—Are Insufficiently Multilingual
Schools and systems, not students, are insufficiently multilingual, says this letter to the editor.
October 31, 2023
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Gwen Keraval for Education Week
School & District Management Letter to the Editor We Need a Coordinated Effort to Attract and Support Principals
The path to school leadership is not linear or one-size-fits-all, writes this letter to the editor.
October 31, 2023
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Gwen Keraval for Education Week
Reading & Literacy Letter to the Editor We Need a New Way to Teach Phonics
Let’s hear more about different, engaging ways to teach phonics.
October 10, 2023
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Gwen Keraval for Education Week
Reading & Literacy Letter to the Editor No, Book Bans Are Never ‘Reasonable’
Our stories and histories deserve to be told without censorship, says this letter to the editor.
October 10, 2023
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Gwen Keraval for Education Week
Special Education Letter to the Editor Schools Must Do Better to Meet IDEA Requirements
More states must follow through on this law.
September 19, 2023
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Gwen Keraval for Education Week
Families & the Community Letter to the Editor Do Not Platform Extremists
Moms for Liberty's words have no place in this periodical, writes a principal in this letter to the editor.
September 19, 2023
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Gwen Keraval for Education Week
Reading & Literacy Letter to the Editor Informed Literacy Leadership Matters
Intentional leadership can help ensure discussions on how to teach reading remain civil, fact-based, and focused on what's best for kids.
August 29, 2023
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Gwen Keraval for Education Week
English-Language Learners Letter to the Editor Celebrate Bilingualism and Multicultural Identities at School
Students should be encouraged to maintain their native languages, writes an educator.
August 22, 2023
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Gwen Keraval for Education Week
Law & Courts Letter to the Editor Why Does America Still Need Affirmative Action?
The U.S. Supreme Court ruling may have negative implications for K-12, writes a special education teacher.
August 15, 2023
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