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Like most people who have struggled with weight, there was a time when I decided to deal with the problem by simply refusing to get on the scale.
I know I am not alone in this behavior. But eventually, other evidence (outgrowing a favorite pair of jeans, a bad blood pressure reading) usually brings people back to the recognition that, however unpleasant they may be, regular weigh-ins proContinue Reading »
Margaret Spellings, the United States Secretary of Education, is guest-blogging today at our fellow institutional blog, Eduwonk. (She must have missed the memo that bloggers are all a bunch of unshaven, pajama-wearing D&D players living in their parents’ basement.) Education Sector is, of course, very pleased to host her discussion of education and technology. On a larger note relatedContinue Reading »
Yesterday I was in Orlando, Florida, to accept a “2006 Best of the Education Blogs” award from eSchool News on behalf of my colleague Andrew Rotherham (whose wife was delivering twins at the time) for his blog Eduwonk, which I played a small role in helping launch.
In addition to a nice framed plaque I got to meet and chat with some of the other recognized bloggers: Frank LaBContinue Reading »