Here are some recent posts from the other blog that might interest you, directly or indirectly:
The journalists who won the prestigious Nieman this spring -- good for a year of study at Harvard -- include David Jackson of the Chicago Tribune, who's planning to study how truancy affects dropout rates.
Even in defeat, the ever-likeable EdSec Spellings still manages to charm reporters and get good press written about her.
One thing seems clear. No one's sure what angle to take on mobilizing the public for school reform.
Senator Clinton's official withdrawal from the race means that her
education folks -- formal and informal -- have to figure out what to do
If you're feeling nostalgic or curious, you can check out about 20 images from way back then, which I've just put up on my new Facebook page. 'Member this one?
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