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Shoutout Thread 📢
Calling all teachers and educators
This week, we’re taking a break from Office Hours for our regular Shoutout Thread.
We host Shoutout Threads because we know writers want more ways to discover great writing on Substack, and we’re always looking to celebrate writers who are finding a home here. Today we invite you to share what you’ve been reading and inspired by recently on Substack in Notes.
How to participate
General thread 📢
We’ve posted a note from theaccount. We encourage you to reply with a shoutout for another writer you’ve been enjoying on Substack. Use @mentions so the writer is notified and others can easily find their publication. Bonus: Quote a favorite line or passage from a recent post. Highlight text from the post and restack it as a note. Be sure to @mention so we see it.
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