GUIDELINES AND DISCLAIMER

This blog welcomes anybody who is interested in the challenges of K-12 education in the Age of the Internet. This includes teachers, school administrators, school district officials, school board members, counselors, school psychologists, school safety personnel, nurses, public safety personnel, researchers, parents, and, of course, students. All we ask is that you agree to maintain a civil tone and avoid defamation or invasion of privacy or threats — in other words, speech that is not protected by the First Amendment and, we promise, will not be tolerated here. Having said that, the authors of this blog do not take responsibility for comments made by others, but will remove offending comments as soon as we see them and prevent the offenders from logging on again. Enough for the disclaimer.

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That’s all. Nothing to it. You will be registered as a “contributor.” Post your thoughts, comments, and links to interesting articles and blog entries that our readers will enjoy and appreciate. And don’t hesitate to make suggestions and requests. This blog is here to provide a service to educators, researchers, attorneys, counselors, school psychologists, school safety personnel, parents, students, and anybody else with something to contribute.

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-Mike Tully