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Sample Letters to the Editor (Education)

November 4, 2014

For the public to engage meaningfully in discussions over major education policy shifts, they need help from policy communicators. Lacking a concrete sense of education as a system – and focusing primarily on the visible agents in education (teachers, students, and parents) – it can be difficult for the public to grapple with nuanced policies such as Title I funding or competing proposals for redesigning federal rules for state assessment systems.