I've been asked by Modest Jon Swift to highlight some blogs that aren't receiving sufficient attention. The idea, I suppose, is to place the spotlight on blogs that aren't on the ol' blogroll. Unfortunately, when I find a blog I like, I tend to immediately place it on the blogroll, so I'll just point you to a few new additions, as well as some you may have missed.
One of my very favorite bloggers is April May, relentlessly clever, who's gone from being a teacher to a freelance writer. If you haven't checked her out yet, now's as good a time as any.
A new voice, and I think a very good one, is Mr. A. from Accountable Talk. He's got a way of getting to the heart of the matter, often through humor, which there's all too little of.
Another blog I've just noticed and added is Confused NY Teacher. I fit that description once, and still do, depending when you happen to catch me.
I've just noticed The Cornerstone Blog, which has been around for only a few months, yet still managed to give NYC Educator an award. It's hard for me to argue with discriminating taste and discernment of that caliber.
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