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Newyorker Sherman Dorn says cronyism is still going strong in the White House: President Bush nominates non-researcher buddy of Jeb. Diane and Deborah debate means vs. ends: When "Equality" Is Used to Push Through Orwellian Measures.

I forgot what this one from the Education PR blog is about, but it looked cool at the time: Cool? yes. New? no. There's something going on in Denver, and it's not performance pay, says the EIA: The Bruce Randolph School Uprising.

The 'Kette revises and extends her remarks on teacher effectiveness: The NYC Teacher Experiment Revisited. The test security folks at Caveon have a blog that I like: What’s the big deal with sharing a few test questions?

More from Mark Walsh's new school law blog: Court Rejects Request to Allow Student to Have His Service Dog at School.

Did I miss anything good, today or in general?  Let me know.

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