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Today's Best Education Stories

The earliest roundup of education stories each day usually comes from EdNews.org, anywhere from 4 am onwards. My own "Big Stories Of The Day" supposedly shows up at 9 am Eastern. But there are a bunch of others that come out later and are often better, or at least complementary.

For example, EdWeek's own "Today's Best" features some great stories that I miss. Recent examples include:

Teachers unions are big donors to levy measure Seattle Times
Law Punishes Truancy by Taking Away Teens' Keys Washington Post
Boys get lesson in leadership Philly.com

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The Gradebook, done by Jeff Solocheck at the St. Pete Times, does a great Florida roundup. Check it out at the paper's web site.

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