The National Journal has a new education blog up with an impressive list of participants.
The list tilts toward corporate “reformers” and their enablers, but there are some good and thoughtful people too.
The format is that the editors pose a question each week — the first one is on “the best use of the stimulus money” — and the contributors respond. No comments from the public are allowed.
Thus far there has not been much interaction among the contributors and many of the responses seem like well rehearsed boilerplate. However, given the power and influence of many involved I think it will be worth checking out regularly.
Thomas J. Mertz