Some visitors to Wrightslaw write about problems with their child’s school. Others write about their creative “win-win” solutions to school problems.
One purpose of The Wrightslaw Way is to help people develop creative solutions to their problems by getting advice and information from others. This advice comes from the replies you submit. We encourage you to “leave a reply” about the articles posted on the blog. Anyone may reply.
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How the Blog Works
Wrightslaw will post articles on different topics.
If you are interested in a topic, we encourage you to provide advice or suggestions, offer information, debate, or ask a question of your own. You do this by leaving a reply on a post.
- Select the article you wish to comment on or have a question about
- Click “leave a reply”
- Type your comment in the block
- Click submit
Participants on an interactive forum provide a wealth of information and experiences from different perspectives. This is essential to effective problem solving.
If you would like to find answers from the online community, please go to the Community HELPline.
Creating a Healthy, Helpful Online Community
To solve problems, you need to have an open mind. Strong negative emotions have a negative impact on problem solving. Don’t allow yourself to get bogged down in anger, resentment, helplessness, and other negative emotions. Don’t waste your energy debating the unfairness of the situation.
Respect the opinions and viewpoints of others, especially those you disagree with.
The Fine Print
Please keep your comments short and to the point. People are more likely to read and respond to short comments. Please limit your comments to less than 150 words.
All comments are subject to moderation, spam filtering, and removal. Any comment that includes offensive or inappropriate language will be deleted immediately and without notice. Repeat offenders will have their IP address banned.
Do not post personal information – such as your name, your child’s name, names of school personnel, and your school district. Anyone can read posts and comments on the blog. Your comment may remain on the Internet indefinitely.
Please use only your first name when commenting. Email addresses are required to comment but they are never published on the blog or shared. We do not collect and save information you provide when commenting.
We do not post advertisement for sales of products or services.
Wrightslaw will not be held responsible for errors in any comment submissions.
Thanks for participating in the Wrightslaw Way blog!
Pete and Pam Wright