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April 2007: The Month In Review

Want to know what big-time education reporters are thinking about -- what they think's interesting, and what they know and don't know? Check out the audio "Month In Review" for April 2007, featuring Greg Toppo from USA Today, Stephanie Banchero from the Chicago Tribune, and Jay Mathews from the Washington Post. There are some things everyone agrees on -- the drama of Virginia Tech, for example -- but many areas of difference and disagreement. What was the big story of the month, who were the month's winners and losers, what stories got over- and under-reported, and what's coming up for the month of May? Listen in and find out -- it's great background listening (mp3). The sound quality is rough and my hosting remains ridiculously bad, but the ideas come through. Thanks to all for participating.

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