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NEA Confab: Stripping On Stage, Rhetorical Pretzels & More

With Congress out and the eduworld left waiting to find out the fate of $800 million in proposed cuts from the Obama administration's signature school reform vehicles, the most political thing going on now seems to be the NEA convention.

Check out my colleague Stephen Sawchuk's stellar coverage here, or, more specifically, zero in on:

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