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Race to Top Assessments: Experts Weighing In Today

The blogosphere hasn't exactly been spilling over with chat about the Race to the Top assessment grants awarded last week. (See story here, more on Ed Sec Arne Duncan's speech here, and details about how the consortia were judged here.)

If you are craving more dialogue about these potentially influential new tests, you might want to drop by the National Journal, which is devoting a good chunk of space to that topic today.

The entries are just now trickling in, so keep checking back as they stack up. The National Journal's experts-in-education forums typically draw thought-provoking input from heavy-hitters in the field.

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