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Best Of The Blogs -- Monday

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Does NCLB need a major overhaul, tweaking or something else? (Tweaking the Ivory Soap AFT Blog)...This 13-year-old Ohio kid vicious little miscreant is charged with allegedly committing 128 felonies, including beating up the child who turned him in (The Bad Seed: 13-Year-Old Andrew Riley Education Wonks)...After the disaster with Venture Systems' online testing system, the Oregon Department of Education has decided to return to paper-and-pencil testing for the rest of the year (Oregon moves back to paper- and- pencil tests Sherman Dorn)...I got a kick out of looking back 10 years at the first Ohio Supreme Court decision about school funding (A decade of change for schools Get On The Bus)...As school district leaders look to improve stakeholder relations across their districts, some superintendents are experimenting with a tool more commonly associated with tech-savvy students and teachers than administrators: the blog (Supes use blogs as outreach tool eSchool News).

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