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June 21, 2008

After a very long week of travel and AP reading, and a Friday consisting of simply catching up at work and home, I will commence posting in the coming days. The queue of potential topics has become overwhelming (AP reflections, new books, interesting education articles, etc.). It’s good to feel compelled to write. – TL

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