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BLOGS: A Quick Spin Around The Blogosphere

States Start Redoing Their Tests The Hoff
Once again, Kentucky is out in front. Washington state and Texas aren't far behind.

Weingarten to Help Shape 2012 Primary Calendar The Saw
AFT President Randi Weingarten will have a hand in shaping the 2012 presidential primary calendar.

Tracy_flickARRA & Education: All Over the Map Barone
A roundup of state level mischief.

Who Lost Steve Lopez? Mike Antonucci
Steve Lopez is a columnist for the LA Times who is largely sympathetic to the claims of underfunding and overwork by the California public education establishment.

I received an apology Mike Klonsky
Here's what I found in my mailbox:

One For The KIPPer! Rotherham
If this whole thing becomes a debate about KIPP schools being able to dismiss teachers the union will most likely lose that one…

In Defense of Practice Dan Wilingham
“Drill and kill” are dirty words in education.

Education reform is a defining issue Harold Ford, Jr.

Toward that end, the president and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan should consider hosting an education reform summit at the White House.

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