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Education Next

By Alexander Russo — March 08, 2007 1 min read
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Too many over-familiar names (Ravitch, Hess, Petrilli, etc) and somewhat predictable conclusions, but still there’s lots of interesting stuff in the latest issue of Ed Next, including Selling Software (How vendors manipulate research and cheat students”), (Why Big Impact Entrepreneurs Are Rare (The dangers of challenging power), Debunking a Special Education Myth(Don’t blame private options for rising costs), Blink. Think. Blank. Bunk. (Solid snap judgments are deeply grounded). Check it out.

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