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Education News and Analysis

American Educator
Chronicle of Higher Education
Education Next
Education Week
Jay Mathews' Class Struggle
School Wise Press
Teacher Magazine

Education Blogs

A Constrained Vision
a schoolyard blog
Assorted Stuff
Chaos Theory
Chris Correa
Critical Mass
Daryl Cobranchi
Dave Shearon
DC Education Blog
Educating One Mind (Australia)
Education At The Brink
The Education Wonks
From The Trenches
The Gadfly
Get Schooled (AJC)
Hip Teacher
Jenny D.
Ms. Frizzle
NSBA’s BoardBuzz
Number 2 Pencil
Quasi Dictum
School of Blog
Teach and Learn
Teacher Voices
Teachers' Lounge
This Week In Education
Up The Down Staircase

Policy and Political Blogs

Andrew Sullivan.com
Bull Moose
The Corner
Daniel Drezner
Donkey Rising
The Fly Trap
The Has Been
Matthew Yglesias
Noam Scheiber's &c.
New Donkey
Political Animal (Washington Monthly)
Volokh Conspiracy

Publications of Note

Collective Bargaining in Education: Negotiating Change in Today's Schools

Edited by Jane Hannaway and Andrew J. Rotherham

Why Newsweek's List of America's 100 Best High Schools Doesn't Make the Grade

By Andrew J. Rotherham
and Sara Mead

A Qualified Teacher
in Every Classroom

Edited by Frederick M. Hess, Andrew J. Rotherham,
and Kate Walsh

Rethinking Special Education For A New Century

Edited by Chester E. Finn, Jr., Andrew J. Rotherham
& Charles R. Hokanson, Jr.

Open the Preschool Door, Close the Preparation Gap

By Sara Mead

Better Pay for Better Teaching

By Bryan C. Hassel

Educational Resources and Organizations

AALE Charter School Accreditation
Alliance for Excellent Education
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
The Broad Foundation
The Brookings Institution
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Center on Education Policy
Center for School Change
Center on Reinventing Public Education
Charter School Leadership Council
Coalition of Essential Schools
Democratic Leadership Council
eSchool News
Education Commission of the States
Education Sector
The Education Trust
Just for the Kids
Learning Point Associates
National Association of Charter School Authorizers
National Center on Education and the Economy
National Council on Teacher Quality
National Governors Association
New Leaders for New Schools
New Schools Venture Fund
Progressive Policy Institute
PPI's 21st Century Schools Project
Public Impact
Standard & Poor's School Evaluation Services
Standards Work
Teach for America
The Teaching Commission
Thomas B. Fordham Foundation
Trust for Early Education
The Urban Institute

About Eduwonk
Eduwonk is a blog written by Andrew Rotherham, co-founder and co-director of Education Sector. Occasional guest bloggers will also post their thoughts.

Education Sector is an independent research and analysis organization. Therefore, the opinions expressed here should be considered to be those of the authors rather than organizational viewpoints.

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