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Blog Posts, Cheap -- Recession Special

No candidate questions on education -- again -- is the subject of this CJR post about last night's CBC debate in South Carolina (Where's Education? Part II).  Good stuff. 

If the NEA funds FairTest, wonders Joe Williams, should reporters still quote them as neutral experts (Bailing Out FairTest)?  Based on an exclusive EIA list of NEA donations. 

32dc2bb7183f11b78e17290c03d0f1abf7cBig Charlie slams Eduwonkette among others for passing along bad NCLB findings (Dumb Down, Drill & Kill, Full Circle).  Ouch!

Brittannica must be hurting to post something from...me, says Stephen Downes (7 (Outrageous) Predictions in Education).  Apparently there's something better at The Economist.

Open source textbooks is what's coming next, says Andwonk (The Revolution Will Be Digitized).

Though he should be responding to my ridiculous posts about education research, D-Ed reckoning instead says that he read Joanne Jacobs before any of the rest of us (Seven Random Things).

Longest. Post.Ever:  (Value-Added Comes of Age). From Kevin Carey, bien sur.

Blogging is hard, says Richard Lee Colvin (Welcome New Bloggers to EarlyStories).  Bring in the cavalry.

Still looking for The Carnival?  Soon, here.


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Alexander, paraphrasing is one thing. Making paraphrases up that have no relationship at all to what was actually said is something we journalists are taught is a no-no.

i was reading between the lines, richard, not paraphrasing what you wrote.

one of the joys of being a blogger, not just a journalist, i say.

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