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September 08, 2010



paul, i have been reading these emails with great interest having been involved with the charter school movement in MA for several years. Forwarded all you emails to my boss whose daughter runs a few of the new orleans charter schools. thank you and well done!

Paul aka pt at large

Thank you, Jan,
the more I read about charter schools, the Recovery School District, and the series of post Katrina events that led to New Orleans' present school organization, the more I realized I was just scratching the surface.
Please forward any comments your boss's daughter has about these stories.
Thanks for your thoughts.

Carolyn Liesy

I found this series very interesting and admire your research into New Orleans whether its food, music or education.

Paul aka pt at large

It's ironic that the biggest story I found regarding New Orleans' regeneration after Katrina took place outside the Rising Tide 5 New Media Conference hall. The conference, which I'll comment upon, had impressive panels and dealt unflinchingly with how New Orleans is dealing with crime, re-population, environmental issues, politics, the levee system, and the oil spill to boot.
As is often the case, I learned alot from writing this story.

Sarah Cross Mills

Once an educator, always an educator. Wonderful series, PT!

Ann Baker

Thanks for all of this reporting.

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