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May 7, 2008
The California Department of Education offers a potentially rather nifty service to parents on its official website: It provides recommended reading lists customized based on the kid's grade level (K-12) and test score on the California Reading Arts exam, with 13 progressively harder lists at each grade level:
I have to admit that once in awhile National Review produces some good material. Jim Geraghtyâ€™s Campaign Spot blog chastises the pundit class for denouncing white working class voters as as racists solely because they didnâ€™t vote for Barack Obama.
Among the highlights:
Short answer: No.
But, a lot of people suspect it is, so it's worth exploring the question.
In 1993, I attended the enormously popular exhibition at the formidable Chicago Art Institute of the paintings of the Belgian Rene Magritte, a commercial artist in dreary Brussels who did witty Surrealist paintings in his off-hours.
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