New Rule: a litmus test for emails sent to teachers
Noah Geisel

I would go with an old school recommendation: only use email if it is the best/only way to deliver the information/message. Too often nowadays, we forego the simplicity of simply talking to each other for the ease of email. Unfortunately, email does not strengthen relationships like conversation and presence and is too easily misinterpreted. Email seems simple, but often causes more conflict and creates more confusion.

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