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BLOGS: A Quick Spin Around The Blogosphere

Duncan's gain is reporters' loss Politico
Massie Ritsch is leaving the center for an appointment at the U.S. Department of Education, where he'll be overseeing outreach to education associations, foundations and think-tanks. [a little old but...]

Using czars in W.H. to focus on policy Politico
Gary Andres,Patrick J. Griffin say Obama's choice to use policy "czars" is complicated and bold.

9daydreamingLessons of the McKinsey Report LFA
Business champions of school reform have admittedly lost some of their luster in the current economic environment. Still, let's not ignore some of the report's most critical conclusions.

Swine Flu and Laptops  Jim Moulton
Several years back, at a conference held in Boston by the Anytime Anywhere Learning Foundation (AALF), I was introduced to a school leader from rural Québec who was advocating for 1:1 laptop distribution.

Ode to Joy Andy Smarick
We DC-based policy types are susceptible to getting dangerously far removed from the quotidian thrills and struggles of real schools. So I visited four schools earlier this week while in NYC. It was a complete delight

Topless Teachers Pose For Calendar DetentionSlip
Sex sells.

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