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Best Of The Education Blogs, Early Edition

Media watchdog Jim Romenesko reports about what happens when satire seems too real in high school (Principal confiscates papers). He also points to a recent headline saying that 25 percent of South Carolina teachers are sexual predators (Paper apologizes for hed on AP's bad teachers story). Oops! EIA Mike says that the California teachers union has its own problems (Labor Challenge).

On a related note, The Hoff says they're going viral on NCLB (CTA Goes Multimedia). USA Today's Richard Whitmire makes the case that preschool is the new NCLB for presidential candidates (Preschool vs. NCLB). I'm not buying it, but it's an interesting idea. The Hechinger Institute's Liz Willen is blogging about her son and more (Middle School Muddle). At least it's not another EdWeek blog. Last but not least, from The Onion: Diabetic Child's Survival Hinges On Contents Of PiƱata.

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