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Something for Everyone at Carnival of Education


The new edition of the Carnival of Education was posted today at Rayray's writing. You can read about everything from the pros and cons of holding a child back for a year from enrolling in kindergarten to how to make social studies "expressive."

I participated this time with an item from Curriculum Matters about the push by the Library of Congress to get teachers and students to use online primary sources.

There's one every week. The hosts change. It's a good way to find out who is blogging about education.

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