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How This Site Works

By Alexander Russo — February 01, 2007 1 min read
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In case you’re wondering, there is a rough schedule for new posts on this site, but I don’t think I’ve ever laid it out. Every morning M-F there’s a roundup of the day’s big newspaper stories (thanks to Margaret), as well as the Wednesday Carnival of Education Blogs and the occasional coverage of a hearing (anyone remember “cup-stacking” in the House education committee room?). Every week, there’s a HotSeat interview with someone interesting (thanks in large part to Amanda). This week’s HotSeat is Amy Waldman, who wrote about New Orleans in the Atlantic Monthly.

In between all that, there’s the usual irresponsible commentary, unwarranted criticism, and the occasional bit of humor. Nap time is usually 4-6 pm, so don’t expect much new stuff from me then (unless I’m skipping my nap in order to crush some upstart or skip merrily through the fields). Now you know.

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