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If You're Writing a Community Post
- Be sure to read 5 Tips for Writing Amazing Community Posts for Edutopia; it'll improve the odds your piece will be chosen as an Editor's Pick.
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- It may be obvious, but posts must be education-related. :)
Other Things to Keep In Mind
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