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Photo: Where's Jonah?

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Stand For Children's Jonah Edelman has kept a very low profile over the past few weeks, which is probably a smart move. He wasn't at the CAP event in Washington DC a couple of weeks ago. His organization was represented by Megan Irwin (white top, second from left) on the "Getting Things Done in Politically Complicated Environments" panel at this past weekend's KIPP Summer Summit in Tennessee.  To be fair, he lives on the West Coast and Michelle Rhee wasn't up there, either.  For all I know, he was standing next to Whitney Tilson, who took this picture and sent it out on his soon-to-be-even-more-infamous email blast.

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I don't believe he was in the room. SCORE's CEO Jamie Woodson was though (far left)!

Jamie is the former Tennessee Senate Speaker Pro Tempore and spoke on her experiences in passing key education reforms in the past.

Price Rainer
SCORE
@score4schools
http://www.tnscore.org/

Whoops, by far left I mean far right. =)

This panel was set in May. I believe Jonah wasn't on the list very early on. As you said, he lives on the West Coast. He also has young kids. Nothing to see here. Move along.

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