[Wikimedia Education] Important update about "This Month in Education"

Dear EduWiki Community,

Did you know that Meta wiki is turning 20 years old this month? And it’s
getting the best birthday present ever--the “This Month in Education
Newsletter <https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Education/News>!”

The Movement Communications team recently completed research
<https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Movement_communications_insights/Report>
to better understand movement communication needs. One thing we learned is
that people often have trouble finding the information they need and feel
overloaded with options
<https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Movement_communications_insights/Report/Broadcast_on_demand>.
After consulting the EWOC volunteers, the EduWiki Affiliates network, and
other key newsletter contributors, the Education Team has decided to
support moving the newsletter from Outreach to Meta. This migration will
help bring about better visibility and participation with the wider
Wikimedia community and beyond. A place where contributors can be better
seen, engaged and supported – and in more languages than before.

Given that we want our community to be an open space for all people who are
interested in Wikimedia & Education, moving the newsletter from Outreach to
Meta is one way to improve inclusiveness and accessibility.

If you are subscribed to the newsletter, nothing will change for you, you
will still get it delivered to your talk page. We will still share the
newsletter each month in the mailing list, and we will also begin sharing
newsletter highlights on Diff.

You can read the next edition of “This Month in Education” on Meta on
November 19th, Meta Wiki’s 20th birthday!

We hope you will continue to contribute and read this publication that
highlights the amazing work our EduWiki community is doing around the world!

Warm regards,

Nichole

Thank you, and I believe that this is a positive step toward better
inclusion, and I hope the education community continues to grow.

Mardetanha