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Get Your NEA Convention Fix

Colleague Stephen Sawchuk, who blogs at Teacher Beat, will bring you coverage this week and next of one of the most political conventions of them all: the National Education Association's Representative Assembly.

Will delegates of the nation's largest teachers' union endorse Barack Obama? How will the delegates shape their policies on teacher-evaluation practices and reforms? And, will the convention organizers bring back balloon arches and confetti?

Starting today, Sawchuk will answer these questions, and more, at Teacher Beat.

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