By Dylan Matthews
Today, Suzy looked at scam artists exploiting fears about health-care reform, and at the role states will play in health-care reform. Mike responded to Paul Krugman's column on financial reform and looked at the views of Kansas City Fed Chief Tom Hoenig. And I criticized Chuck Lane's Civil War analogy and questioned whether an "expert consensus" matters on the constitutionality of the individual mandate. Here's what we didn't get to:
1) Diane Ravitch proposes an education reform agenda that goes beyond "accountability" and "choice."
2) Richard Kahlenberg looks at Obama's decision to side against race-neutral affirmative action in the American Prospect.
3) Are women leaving engineering because of their male co-workers?
4) Kal Penn is leaving the White House to make a Christmas-themed Harold & Kumar movie.
5) Jennifer Cohen of the New America Foundation puts together a March Madness bracket based on states' results in the "Race to the Top" education competition.
6) Felix Salmon looks closely at Timothy Geithner's arguments for not writing down leverage requirements.
-- Dylan Matthews is a student at Harvard and a researcher at The Washington Post
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