This week's Carnival of Homeschooling is up at About Homeschooling. My post Humbled by the Power of our Girl's Memory is featured there.
There's an excellent post by Elisheva Hannah Levin entitled Just Thinking about Inclusion and Ideology. She's been giving some thought lately to the issues involved in educating kids with special needs (about which she has first-person experience, as she's raising a son with Asperger's Syndrome), and the trends in mainstream educational thought on these issues. The post itself is very interesting, and many of the comments are too--for example, they discuss at length what would happen if our schools tried dividing up our kids by ability level instead of by age-determined grade level.
Check it out.