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• Have a point of view: We’re not just looking for you to lay out general arguments for and against any given issue; instead, bring your own distinct perspective to the subject. Tell us how you really feel, but make sure you can back up any factual claims.

• Be solution-oriented or practical: Try to move beyond just diagnosing a problem. Classroom best practices, thoughtful policy recommendations, personal reflections on classroom experiences, productive commentary on the news, and compelling calls to action are all more useful to our readers.

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