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Exploding Playground Wood Chips ... And More

Catching up on the education blogs:

Mike Antonucci thinks that that the NEA may be censoring its own blog (The Mystery of the Missing Link).

Scott Elliott addresses the age-old achievement gap question: Is it racist to track minority group scores?.

The BoardBuzz likes the ACT news: Good news for American high schools.

Eduwonk reminds us that there's a good NYT column to read today: Dillon On Barber.

The AFT Blog derides the notion that the Newark kids might have been saved by vouchers: And vouchers will cure the common cold, too.

Joe Williams has pennant fever: Baseball and Education Reform.

Ed Sector's Elena Silva goes long: School Time Update.

Sherman Dorn slices and dices reauthorization: Multiple issues in multiple measures.

The Hall Monitor tells us about exploding wood chips: Something new to worry about.

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