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September 21, 2007

TAPPED In

Welcome to all the readers from TAPPED, The American Prospect's blog, who read about that whole Hillary-at-the-NEA building thing (and wonders whether Edwards is still hoping). Look around, there's lots more tidbits and treasures to be found.

September 19, 2007

Two More EdWeek.org Blogs Online

EdWeek.org has two more blogs online now, a campaign-oriented one (Campaign K-12) and a business-oriented one (edbizbuzz). Congrats, condolences.

September 19, 2007

Race & Retaliation At A Louisiana High School

"The story begins at an assembly last fall, when a black freshman asked if he was allowed to sit under a large tree on school grounds that he had heard was "whites-only." From The Nation, via School of Blog. UPDATE: Presidential candidate Barack Obama is being called out for his mild response to ...

September 17, 2007

I Heart D-Ed Reckoning

"Super-blogger Alexander Russo is jealous that he sold his independence for a paycheck and is now under Edweek's corporate jackboot," writes D-Ed Reckong in this update, apparently having mistaken my compliment for an insult. I actually like how harsh his blog posts are sometimes -- they're bracing ...

September 14, 2007

Wait, Didn't I Read About That Somewhere Else?

Today's edition of the Andywatch features this timely post about the fake CNN segment "Students First In Line" (about training high school kids to be soldiers) that has been going around the blogosphere for about a week now.

September 14, 2007

Blogger Calls Out House Education Chair

Once again, Kevin DeRosa at D-Ed Reckoning outdoes my in the nasty negative category, calling the House education chairman a "whiny bitch". Basically, he doesn't like Miller's draft, and thinks Miller is carping too much about Spellings' disapproval. And you thought that I was bad.

September 10, 2007

Don't Name Your Blogs Like I Have

I've done just about everything wrong when it comes to blog naming, according to this recent article from Slate (What not to name your blog). I named this one something boring, and didn't name it after myself. I named the other one (District 299) something so obscure that even folks in Chicago did...

August 16, 2007

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 fo...

August 10, 2007

Friday Video Snippet ("Test The Kids!") & A New Blog

The irrepressible David Denis Doyle is now blogging (The Doyle Report) and it's already clear that one of his strengths is finding and posting video snippets like this music video whose refrain is "Test The Kids!": Catchy. Welcome to the blogosphere, Denis.

July 27, 2007

Little Action, Lots Of Blogging

There's not that much going on in the education-policy-politics space, but that doesn't seem to be stopping anyone from starting new blogs on the topic. Last week's newest addition was NCLB 2, EdWeek's reauthorization blog. Now it's the Education Writers Association who are blogging about educatio...

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