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Anthony Cody: Award-Winning Gadfly

For the 2nd year running, our blogger Anthony Cody is among the winners of the California Teachers Association's annual John Swett Awards for Media Excellence. The award recognizes "outstanding achievements in reporting and interpreting public education issues during 2011."

Say what you will about him—and people certainly do—he's a passionate and enterprising blogger who generates a lot of dialogue around big issues and initiatives facing the education field. I can also attest that he's exceptionally conscientious about his work and open to feedback—which (some might be surprised to hear) make him a pleasure to work with.

Congratulations, Anthony!

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