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Thank you – I watched the video yesterday. I remember when we began work on the Education Resources in 2012, and all the thought and work. Took more time than I realized would be needed at first. Always takes more time! We began with a structure, and then once published, many were inspired to add their good work. Brad Bennett, Tom Painting, Jeannie Martin – many more teachers and poets than I can name here. The Teaching Stories series edited by Brad Bennett and Jeannie Martin was added to the Education Resources. The work grew in its own way, once the structure was there. Jim Kacian is editor, and Dave Russo and Billie Wilson also helped begin the Education page. Montage, edited by Allan Burns, was my textbook for many of the lessons.
WordPress is a good choice. So many options, and there are many benefits to working online as you know. I think people will understand that your new project is a work-in-progress. Always more to do, and that is good. All the best.
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