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Re: www.edmatters.org



Thanks Erwin - will try to find time in the next few days to read.

Karen

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Subject: Re: www.edmatters.org


Karen--

They didn't *publish* or *reprint* the
two RAND reports. These are articles
*about* the two RAND reports, as seen
from the Hoover perspective. Note that
the Table of Contents says " *checked*
by Eric A. Hanushek.

Hanushek, we learn at the bottom of
"Deconstructing RAND", is a Senior
Fellow at the Hoover Institution.

Rather than subject you all to
*my* analysis/interpretation/spin
of *Hanushek's*
analysis/interpretation/spin of
the two RAND analyses of NAEP
and other data, I'll sit back
and wait for your comments
after you read the two articles.
Go ahead. They're not long.

Enjoy.

--Erwin

Karen Canty wrote:

> I finally had a chance to check the website and
> look at the table of contents of the first issue -
> I haven't had a chance to read any of them and
> I'm not sure if I was pleasantly surprised or
> confused about the list of contributors to the
> first edition. I wasn't surprised about the usual
> suspects, but was surprised to see an article by
> Henry Levin and the Sizers and at least what
> looked like both Rand reports on Texas. What is
> the Institute trying to do? Look open-minded?

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