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The Month In Review: Secrets, Missed Stories, & More

By Alexander Russo — June 01, 2007 1 min read

You’d think that folks I invite to participate on the Month In Review would agree with me on all things, given my role as host. But they don’t. And that’s a good thing, since I learn all sorts of new things and am corrected in at least some of my misguided beliefs. In this month’s roundtable MP3 here), I learned all sorts of things, including that LA Mayor Villaraigosa is a winner, not the loser I thought he was (Shuster), that the testing industry is a beast about to explode if Fairfax is any indication (Mathews), that some teachers and a principal at Locke HS in LA want to create small charter schools but so far can’t (all). But that’s not all. Check it out while you read your email or something.

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