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July 30, 2007

Best Of The Week (July 23-29)

Posts Of The Week How Steve Barr Is Not Like The Other Charter Show Ponies Teaching Parents To Play With Their Kids: What If We're Wrong? USDE EdSec Wants More "Pocket Protector" Skills The Two Margaret Spellings On The Hill How Congressional Earmarks Work Senate Higher Ed Bill Endangers Quick NC...

July 27, 2007

What Your Free Daily Email Would Look Like -- If You Signed Up For One

Click below to see what your free daily email would look like, if only you signed up for one. It arrives at around 10 am, and so is timed beautifully to capture the morning news roundup plus whatever late-night tomfoolery I've come up with. Check it out, then sign up in the little box to the right...

July 22, 2007

Best Of The Week (July 16-22)

Education Department Spellings & Rove, Sitting In A Tree? As If. Running Out Of July NCLB News Dem Groups Concerned About Miller NCLB Bill Civil Rights & Business Groups Join Together To Fight For NCLB Opting Out Of Highly Qualified Teachers NCLB Implementation Roundup Convenient Arguments: Claren...

July 19, 2007

Daily E-Mail Updates Now Available

Thanks to the wizards and code monkeys at, you can now get DAILY email updates of whatever's new on this blog. Just sign up in the new yellow box just under my picture. It's not quite the same as making it your homepage or checking it obsessively (I know who you are), but it's a big set...

July 18, 2007

The Yellow Boxes, The Orange Tab:
More Ways To Never Come Here Again [Revised]

Never want to see my grinning gargoyle of a head shot again? I got no problem with that. First, ditch that bookmark -- you never remember to check it anyway. Go to the first yellow box right under my picture and sign up for a weekly email summary of what's been on this site. At least that way ...

July 18, 2007

Joking About The Use of Unofficial Emails

I was more than happy to find out I'd been included in's roundup of blog posts from a few weeks back, but I wish they'd been able to tell that I was joking about why Bush Administration officials including ones at the USDE might use RNC e-mail addresses instead of their official ones (Toda...

July 17, 2007

EdWeek Shows Some Love...Blogger Under-Appreciates It

If I had it my way, this blog would be splashed across EdWeek's front page each and every day -- a notion that I'm sure many would find horrifying. Fair enough. I get that -- though it hurts my feelings and doesn't make sense to me. So when little signs of love come down from EdWeek headquarters,...

July 14, 2007

Best Of The Week (July 9-13)

The Big Picture Where's Our Michael Moore? Capturing The Current School Reform Moment ... Down To The "Granular" Level On The Hill Fresh Off The FritzWire Burr & Gregg Deliver The First Volley ....Or They Could Introduce NCLB Reauthorization Language The Week Ahead (July 9-13) NCLB News Burr & Gre...

July 08, 2007

The Best Of The Week (July 2-8)

Bush Administration Aspen-Bound EdSec Briggs Nominated & Confirmed For USDE Post Over-Reacting On Deseg Implications? Campaign 2008 Obama Hands NEA Endorsement To Clinton Bad Republican Advice On NCLB Strategy Remembering John Kerry Biden Takes The Lead No Clear Way To Pay For Initiatives, Says Fac...

July 04, 2007

Happy Fourth

Things to do today include: read or listen to someone else read the Declaration of Independence, play some soccer (sorry, baseball), eat a lot of grilled meat (or vegetables), look around and see what a fascinating, troubled place and time this is. Think about what, if anything, to do about makin...

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