Editorial writers tackle public school issues. (The State of Education).Education issues interest almost every household. Our readers who don't don't
1. Contraction of do not.
2. Nonstandard Contraction of does not.
A statement of what should not be done: a list of the dos and don'ts. have children in public schools pay taxes to support the schools and live in communities that reflect the quality of the local education system. It may be the longest continuing "hot topic" for editorial writers.
And writing solid, effective education editorials may be one of our most demanding challenges. The topics are vast: testing, standards, the achievement gap, textbooks, funding, school facilities, school leadership, teacher quality and quantity, charter schools, voucher A receipt or release which provides evidence of payment or other discharge of a debt, often for purposes of reimbursement, or attests to the accuracy of the accounts. systems, early childhood education, bilingual education bilingual education, the sanctioned use of more than one language in U.S. education. The Bilingual Education Act (1968), combined with a Supreme Court decision (1974) mandating help for students with limited English proficiency, requires instruction in the native , technology, court-ordered Adj. 1. court-ordered - ordered by a court of law
legal - established by or founded upon law or official or accepted rules reforms, character education, and more. Much more.
How do we begin to know these topics well enough to write persuasive editorials? By tackling the issues one at a time, our symposium symposium
In ancient Greece, an aristocratic banquet at which men met to discuss philosophical and political issues and recite poetry. It began as a warrior feast. Rooms were designed specifically for the proceedings. writers suggest -- and by getting out of the office to see for ourselves how our local schools work.