It’s time for my annual roundup of the year’s most popular posts on The Educated Reporter. Before I get to the list, I wanted to offer my sincere thanks to everyone who helps keep this blog — I hope! — lively and informative. This includes the many beat reporters who contributed guest posts from sessions at EWA seminars. I’m also appreciative of the education researchers, analysts and policymakers who served as expert resources throughout the year.
Top 10 Educated Reporter Posts of 2014
- Rethinking Rookies: Why Are More New Teachers Quitting Early?
- Want Better Schools? Hire Better Principals
- How Do Teachers Feel (Now) About the Common Core?
- Early Childhood Education: Why 0-5 Years Are Crucial
- Surprising Benefit to Students of Live Theater Field Trips
- Top 10 Higher Education Stories You Should Be Covering
- New Study Raises Questions About Teacher Absenteeism
- You Know Who Supports Homeschooling? District Administrators
- New Survey Says Teachers Voices Aren’t Being Heard
- How Are Competency-Based Education and Student-Centered Learning Changing Schools?