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National ed blog highlights: June 2

Here is an unscientific sampling of education blog highlights from the past several days:

  • Charter schools and low-SES kids: Damned if they do, damned if they don’t? Matthew Yglesias
  • Seven obvious things in education that are ignored. Washington PostAnswer Sheet blog
  • Eight reformer state education chiefs endorse NCTQ review of teacher prep programs. Teacher Beat blog
  • Diane Ravitch is right to pop myth balloons about miracle schools (including Bruce Randolph) Flypaper
  • Data-driven policymaking? In your dreams. Larry Cuban’s blog
  • Big flaws in NYT piece on Gates Foundation influence. Rick Hess Straight Up

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