EdWeek.org Bookclub Continues

I had a great time last week participating in Teacher Magazine’s online bookclub discussion about The Hardest Questions Aren’t on the Test.  Thank you so much to all the participants and thank you to Anthony Rebora, Managing Editor of teachermagazine.org, for moderating the discussion.  I so appreciate the opportunity to discuss the book and our work at BAA.

I want to let you all know that while the main discussion ran last week, I’ve been told that the discussion is still open for reading and participation.  If you’d like to participate in the continued discussion, just follow this link: www.edweek.org/go/bookclub_nathan

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1 Response to “EdWeek.org Bookclub Continues”


  1. 1 Anthony Rebora July 23, 2010 at 5:26 pm

    Thank you, Linda. You did an amazing job, and it was a great discussion–and great resource for educators.

    Anthony


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