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October 08, 2007

Columbus Day

I'm taking the day off for Columbus Day, but feel free to comment or email or send links if you'd like. See you tomorrow!

October 01, 2007

Winners & Losers For September 2007

September's big education stories are sliced and diced by stalwart journalists Greg Toppo, Stephanie Banchero, and Jay Mathews in the first "Month In Review" of the 2007-2008 school year. It's nearly 30 minutes of banter and insight (featuring super lo-fi sound quality and even more amateurish than...

September 28, 2007

Get Ready For "The Month In Review"

September has come and almost gone in a flurry. As last year, I'm doing a monthly audio roundtable with education reporters on the big stories of the month, etc. We just taped it earlier today, and I'll post it on Monday. In the meantime, start thinking what you think the biggest story of the mon...

September 16, 2007

Best Of The Week (September 10-16)

Campaign 2008 Educating Elected Officials Through Their Pocketbooks Richardson Slammed For Misrepresenting US Achievement The Great Presidential Mashup "Cheat Sheet" Bush Administration Spellings Playing For A Stalemate? Neil Bush's School Scam: The "Other" USDE Scandal Kanye West Song Might Make G...

September 10, 2007

Best Of The Week (September 4-9)

Campaign 2008 Democrats For Education Reform -- An "Emily's List" For Education? NCLB 2.0 Editorial Responses Criticize Miller Draft New NCLB Bill "Isn't Wonkery," Says Chairman Miller; Criticisms Are "Hokum" Handy-Dandy NCLB Reauthorization Resources Spellings Letter; Teacher Quality Draft Later T...

August 27, 2007

The Long Last Week Before School Starts

This can be the hardest week of the year for parents and kids and educators who aren't enjoying a last week of vacation. For them, summer school and camp are over but school hasn't started yet, creating childcare woes for parents and "nothing to do" for kids. (Or, for those who live where the sch...

August 20, 2007

Sorry We're Closed

I'll be away again for a couple of days this week at least, but in the meantime here are some great resources to help you keep up or avoid doing any real work: Early-morning education headlines from EdNews.org here. EdWeek's daily news roundup is here. The latest NCLB news via Google is here. Comme...

August 19, 2007

Best Of The Week (August 13-19)

NCLB News Conservative Scholar Opposes Multiple Measures Bush Administration NCLB "Coming Through," Says Departing Rove Karl Rove Still Spinning The News On His Way Out The Door Urban Education Next Stop For Unionized Charter Schools Might Be Chicago Media Watch Reading Recovery Coverage: A Sca...

August 13, 2007

Gone Fishing

I'm taking a couple of days off, so there's no morning roundup or obscure links to current events for you here right now. I'm sure you'll do fine without me. I tried to get Brad Pitt and Paris Hilton to cover for me, but they were busy. See you Wednesday Thursday!

August 06, 2007

Best Of The Week (July 30-August 3)

NCLB News More Folks Like NCLB Than Like Their Local Schools, Says New Poll Putting Freshmen In The Spotlight, Putting NCLB Under Is Miller Breaking Up With Pro-NCLB Groups? What Testing Guru Bill Sanders Really Meant About Multiple Measures Teachers And Teaching Report Praises Chicago Transfer Pol...

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