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Kindergarten Entrance Needs Tigher Oversight, Argues Petrilli

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Not much to note in this week's Gadlfly, though it was fascinating to hear the Fordham Foundation's Mike Petrilli argue for tougher regulations against parents being allowed to redshirt preschoolers (which isn't really what the Times Magazine article was about). Personal experience almost always wins out over ideology or research.
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