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March 1, 2012

InsideEd moves to new platform

Hello Inside Ed Family,

As many of you may have noticed, there are some changes to InsideEd. We have moved to a new platform, that can be reached here. Over the past year, all of our blogs have converted to this new system, and last week, it was our turn.

We're still figuring a lot of it out, but some changes that you will see are: a.) the blog looks different; b.) the blog entries look just like our daily content, but I think we will begin identifying them as blogs in our headlines; c.)We no longer approve comments; they are automatically posted, like they are on stories featured in our general content.

We were able to have our web staff transfer some of our previous posts, but not all of them. Very unfortunate, we know. But, we're continuing to monitor this site for comments, etc. and will continue blogging away on the new InsideEd platform as The Sun continues to convert and work out kinks on our new blog.

The web address is:  http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/education/blog/

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