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Education Blogging Veteran Hosts Ed Carnival

While I was taking a short break from e-mail and work in general, Joanne Jacobs posted the latest education blog carnival. She included a recent blog entry from Learning the Language, "Immigrant Integration, or Assimilation?," which includes several comments from all of you. Thanks for making the entry richer with your remarks.

Joanne Jacobs was a pioneer in the education blogging world and is quick to post education news before many other folks—even sometimes in the area of my specialty, English-language learners, which doesn't seem to be on the radar screen of some education bloggers.

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