Wednesday, December 30, 2009

ECC reports

I consider the Education-Consumers Clearinghouse a must have tool for understanding and interacting with the public school system. I learned about this Tennessee gem about 15 years ago and always appreciate their valuable information. Their new charts on value added are now posted and don't overlook their cost analysis report showing how Tennessee can save $121+million. In fact just scroll down their home page and check out what you've missed. And, if you can spare 'em some cash for all their hard work click here and make a tax-deductible donation.

Hat tip: Brett via the Education-Nashville elist.

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