Save Our Schools NZ is going from strength to strength, with 3000 followers on Facebook and 1275 on Twitter as of today. People care deeply about education and many are concerned about the reform movement’s inroads into quality public education here and abroad.
With this in mind, I am going to open up the SOSNZ blog to other regular and guest writers, reconfiguring it so regular contributors get their own tab.
Contributors can be teachers, support staff, whanau, professors, MPs and other interested parties, in NZ or abroad. All those whose educational philosophy is in line the SOSNZ ethos are very welcome – indeed, encouraged – to put their hand up.
The plan is to make the SOSNZ blog a more central point for educators and interested parties to share views and research, attracting a larger readership and leading to even wider interest in and debate around educational issues.
To everyone who has contributed so far, particularly the Facebook admins, Melanie, Lena and Nova, Martin Thrupp and Bill Courtney, thank you for helping make SOSNZ what it is and for raising awareness.
If you are interested in putting yourself forward as a contributor (regular or sporadic) or want to know more, please message me via the Facebook page or via DM on Twitter or by email at email@example.com