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The Market Heats Up For Fulltime Bloggers


The AFT, Ed Sector, and Alliance For School Choice aren't the only organizations that have decided that blogs might be a good way to go, and the Washington Monthly, Washington Post, Ed Week, and Pre-K Now aren't the only folks who've decided to look outside their staff for a blogger.

However, things are really heating up now. I just got a call from someone looking to fill a full-time (salary, benefits) blogging gig based in DC for a large and reputable public-interest organization. Wow. If it was focused on education, I might do it. Except for that living in DC part.

Email me if you think that's you -- journalist, policy wonk, blogger. Must know health, education, other domestic social programs (Social Security).



I'm not applying for the job, but I did want to let you know that I have written a couple of pieces about the SCOTUS arguments yesterday on Free Speech and Schools. If you scroll down on my site you should find them pretty easily, if you are interested. The oral arguments were fascinating.

blogs are so last week.

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