Pearson Shuts Down 1.5 Million Teacher & Student Blogs

Pearson, the textbook company who is famously close with our beloved Governor Cuomo, has recently shut down nearly 1.5 million teacher and student blogs because one of the teachers using Edublogs had illegally posted the 20 question, 279 word Beck’s Hopelessness Scale in a 2007 blog post.   The 38 year old document is being sold by Pearson for $120.

They must really need the money to pay for those overseas junkets that they have generously bestowed upon NYSED employees.

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3 Responses to Pearson Shuts Down 1.5 Million Teacher & Student Blogs

  1. steve says:

    Does Pearson own Edublogs?

  2. jed says:

    What about a coordinated effort to use books other than Pearson owned titles

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