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The Wisdom Of Children (In Three Parts)

070319_contest_p233 new yorker.jpgThere's not that much of interest going on in education this week, but I'm going to keep you interested anyway. For example, here's the New Yorker's Simon Rich humorously describing the adult world from the younger generation's point of view (Shouts & Murmurs: The Wisdom of Children). I especially liked the first section, "A Conversation at the Grownup Table, as Imagined at the Kids’ Table."

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