#JustAskMe Should Not Be #JustAskMeARhetoricalQuestion

When #JustAsk brought the responsive #JustAskMe, what many teachers did not expect was that #JustAskMe would not be very responsive. While either the volume of the questions that were submitted was too great, or the resources dedicated to answering the questions were limited, many teachers have expressed that their questions have remained unanswered.

So, bring them to the Sept. 25th board meeting.

And keep asking them and let others know if they are being answered.

But it is rather ironic that the #JustAskMe google doc application/form asks if you want an answer.

Of course, I would want an answer. It’s not #JustAskMeARhetoricalQuestion.




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