You can make an impact: Have your voice heard in your local newspaper. Follow these easy steps:
- Click here for a short primer on some writing tips and what makes a good letter to the editor.
- Draft a short letter (200 words or less) explaining why you support smaller class sizes, getting rid of high-stakes testing like the FCAT (or at least using those kinds of tests to help children learn, not punish them and their teachers), treating our school teachers with more respect, or any other subject in support of making our public schools better.
- Find your local newspaper’s website or email address and submit your letter.