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BLOGS: A Quick Spin Around The Blogosphere

School Construction Bond Distributions New America
Turns out, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released guidance and allocations for the program to states and LEAs in mid April.

Swimming Without A Suit Tom Friedman NYT
If America had closed the international achievement gap between 1983 and 1998 and had raised its performance to the level of such nations as Finland and South Korea, United States G.D.P. in 2008 would have been between $1.3 trillion and $2.3 trillion higher.

Coach17Reform's faulty assumptions  Mike Klonsky
Wolk holds up as a model the very system that most embodies the faulty assumptions he is attacking.

Will the Unions Have A Say on the Stimulus  Sawchuk 
Just what kind of say will teachers and teachers' unions have on how the various stimulus dollars are spent?

In Russia, Homework Procrastinates On You! Videogum
I hope those guys got whatever the Russian equivalent of an A is for their AP Death Metal Thesis class.

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