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From the Blogosphere

The Carnival of Education was put up a few days ago, as usual it’s a series of education related posts from the education portion of the blogosphere.

Dennis Doyle on Sandra Feldman (h/t Eduwonk), and a piece from Diane Ravitch at the gadfly. I’m told that George Stephanopoulos will have a segment during, This Week, his Sunday morning political recap show on the life of Feldman.

The Wake-Up Call has a post about Diane Ravitch and the UFT; and buzzwords.

NYC Educator on Bloomberg and Klein.

Nathan Newman talks about Labor Politics.

I saw this a few weeks ago, but didn’t know how to link to it, but Gov. Vilsack, Warner and other education policy makers are having a discussion on education policy. Follow the discussion via this post at Education at the Brink.

The Big Easy Ain’t so Easy is a blog written by a Teach for America teacher who was scheduled to start teaching in New Orleans. He’s back teaching in Louisiana.

Chris Bowers who writes at MYDD wrote this post a few months ago. I’m not sure if it had an impact in the education blogging community at the time, but I think it’s a good weekend read. Chris was a teacher and an AFT organizer before he became a political blogger extrodenaire.

Finally, the writer at a series of Inconsequential events threw out her shoulder teaching writing!