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What Your Free Daily Email Would Look Like -- If You Signed Up For One

By Alexander Russo — July 27, 2007 1 min read
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Click below to see what your free daily email would look like, if only you signed up for one. It arrives at around 10 am, and so is timed beautifully to capture the morning news roundup plus whatever late-night tomfoolery I’ve come up with. Check it out, then sign up in the little box to the right under my pic. Free. Easy. No remembering required. ................................

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Little Action, Lots Of Blogging

Posted: 27 Jul 2007 09:28 AM CDT

There’s not that much going on in the education-policy-politics space, but that doesn’t seem to be stopping anyone from starting new blogs on the topic. Last week’s newest addition was NCLB 2,...

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Posted: 27 Jul 2007 09:13 AM CDT

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Posted: 27 Jul 2007 09:04 AM CDT

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Posted: 26 Jul 2007 04:57 PM CDT

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Posted: 26 Jul 2007 02:37 PM CDT

Before you drink the NYC/Bloomberg Kool-Aid, read this piece by Sol Stern which adds some new information to the increasingly-familiar refrain that chancellor Klein has sexed up recent test scores,...

What Anderson Cooper Should Have Asked The Candidates

Posted: 26 Jul 2007 10:15 AM CDT

What followup questions should Anderson Cooper have asked the Presidential candidates -- if only he knew a little about education? Eduwonk has some ideas here (Ed Politics), including challenging...

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