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Around The Blogs In A New York Minute

TEACH Chad Aldeman
It's unfortunate when good ideas become bad policies.

It’s culture, not class size Joanne
The culture of a class is more important than its size in determining whether students will learn, writes a Los Angeles teacher.

Soccer_biterLet's talk about teachers and teaching  Teacherken
Tell you what.   Take about 7 minutes.   Please.  Watch this video.   Then we'll talk.

Keeping the Concord Review Afloat
Curriculum Matters [new blog!]
A year ago, Will Fitzhugh was wondering if the next issue of The Concord Review, the renowned journal he founded in 1988 to recognize high school students' outstanding history research papers, would be the last.

Student Suspended For Giving Teacher A Noogie Detention Slip
We was originally given a two-year suspension, but after an investigation he was cleared from accusations of giving other teachers Indian burns and wet-willies.

Why Do You Lie? The Perils of Self-Reporting Freakonomics
I am always surprised at how easily, and cheaply, we humans lie.

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