Education Bloggers’ Network Grows to 200
Do you blog? Consider joining the Education Bloggers’ Network. K-12, higher education, ABE, VoTech and other continuing education, parents and learners… we are all in this together.
Jonathan Pelto of Connecticut has done an amazing job of assembling a network of 200 bloggers and writers who support public education. That number is sure to grow as more parents and educators join the blogosphere.
Jon’s blog “Wait, What?” Is one of the most influential blogs in Connecticut.
Those who seek to privatize our public schools have vast amounts of money (the big foundations created their own blog, funded at $12 million), but we have bloggers and writers who are passionate and dedicated to the democratic role of public schools as a public good that belongs to the public, not corporations.
Jon Pelto writes:
Education Bloggers Network Hits 200 Members
The Education Bloggers Network is an informal confederation of more than 200 bloggers and commentators who are dedicated to supporting public education in the United States and pushing back the corporate education reform industry. While many have their own…
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