Blogging can often be a lonely sport. One man, one computer. If you are fortunate, you get folks who will comment on your posts or engage via email. But it can be a very wordy game of electronic solitaire.
But it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way. Over at www.onlineschools.org, they’ve launched “Education Debate,” an electronic town hall that brings together authors to debate and engage on a range of issues in the areas of K-12, politics and policy, higher education, and teaching and technology.
Today, Eduflack officially joined the Education Debate as a contributor. My first piece (hopefully I’ll be posting a few times a month) is up there now. This week, I take a look at the Kelley Williams-Bolar issue, and the positivelessons that can be learned from her doing what it took to get her kids enrolled in the Copley-Fairlawn School District.
Check it out. And check out the Education Debate.