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Wanted: Teacher Bloggers

I received an interesting e-mail today: Teaching Tolerance, which is run by the Southern Poverty Law Center, is looking for teacher bloggers:

Teaching Tolerance is looking to expand its corps of bloggers. Specifically, we're looking for teachers who already blog and who want to reflect upon day-to-day classroom experiences. These teachers also need to be familiar with the mission of Teaching Tolerance: To promote respect for differences and appreciation of diversity in the classroom and beyond.

The website is associated with the Teaching Tolerance magazine, which was just named the 2009 Periodical of the Year award by the Association of Educational Publishers.

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