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NYT Weighs In On Reading First -- "Cornerstone" Of NCLB

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My telepathic powers over the NYT editorial board seem to have returned momentarily with this weekend's blast regarding Reading First (Putting More Profit Before Education). I have long been calling for equal treatment of Reading First with that upstart, student lending. For this I'll forgive the Times for calling RF the "cornerstone" and for calling the Kennedy report on RF a Congressional study.
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