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Another Big Magazine Article That's Not Free / Online

Between the New Yorker article (see below) and this one, I guess this is the month for big magazine articles on education, which is great, but unfortunately they're neither of them available online -- or at least not for free.

"Hurricane Katrina destroyed one of America’s worst school systems and made New Orleans the nation’s laboratory for educational reform," begins this Atlantic Monthly article by Amy Waldman (Reading, Writing, Resurrection)."But can determined educators and entrepreneurs transcend the damage of the flood—and of history?"

If anyone spots it or has a spare copy, please let the rest of us know. It looks good.

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