Valentine’s Day is on the horizon, folks. Given how much you liked writing haiku about NYC’s Progress Reports and suggesting costumes for the Halloween Edu-Parade, we’re due for a contest.
Fire up your amorous feelings for our education policy makers (or bloggers), and submit a “Roses are Red, Violets are Blue...” poem. As always: poking is awesome, nastiness is not. I’ll get us started:
To Margaret Spellings:
Roses are blue,
Violets are red,
Sexy librarian glasses
Look swell on your head.
To Diane Ravitch and Debbie Meier:
Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Why aren’t there men
As smart as you two?
To Charlie Barone:
Roses are red
George Miller is clever
Straight up now tell me
Are you really gonna love me forever?
Not sure who should be your Valentine? Here are some ideas:
*Your favorite edu-blogger (be sure to link to their site)
*Your favorite education reporter
If you’re the shy type, you can use a pseudonym name and email to leave a poem as a comment.
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