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The 104th Carnival of Education

The Carnival of Education is up at The Median Sib and it's a good one. Great pictures, such as this one that represents the category "School Governance and Edupolicy," and it has some great posts:

EdWonk at The Education Wonks tells us about a Rhode Island Catholic school that has adopted a silent lunch policy in ”The School of Silence.”

Patrick at The Psychology of Education looks at a new book that addresses “shadow children” and what the author claims is the #1 problem in education.

Look for next week's carnival right here at This Week In Education. Posts should be emailed to [email protected] by 9 PM EST, 6 PM PT on Tuesday, February 6th.

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