Homan, M. Refute, advocate, and make a call to action. Including brief information on the economic or other impacts of an issue in the community will draw readers' interest. Don't make broad statements you can't back up with facts.
If your letter is not accepted the first time around, try again. Most of all, don't limit your communications. A Guide to writing letters to the editor: Expressing your opinion to the public effectively. Most publications stay away from publishing rants, although they may publish short-and-to-the-point letters that make the same points as a rant might, but in a much calmer and more rational way.
Be specific. Sign the letter. The brains of babies and young toddlers are developing rapidly, forming the architecture for future learning and progress. Make your op-ed timely Editors will be looking for op-ed columns that are compelling and which engage readers in the public debate about a timely issue.
In general, newspapers and magazines will publish letters that are well-written and articulate, and that either represent specific points of view on an issue, or that thoughtfully analyze complex issues and events. In general, letters should be under words, or less is best; stay focused on one or, at the most, two main point s ; and get to the main point in the first two sentences.