In 2020 and 2021, weblog posts about how faculties responded to the Covid-19 pandemic dominated our checklist of the highest ten Schooling Subsequent weblog posts of the yr. In 2022, readers moved on to new points. This yr, three posts touching, in a method or one other, on faith made the checklist.
The most well-liked article with readers, by govt editor Frederick Hess, was a bit about an undercover recording exposing obvious bias in hiring at a Connecticut public faculty: “In the event that they’re Catholic? Conservative…You don’t rent them.” Additionally on the checklist have been “Catholic Faculties Are a Uncommon Vivid Spot in Nation’s Report Card 2022 Knowledge” and “Texas College District Bans the Bible.”
With the training world abuzz about literacy guru’s Lucy Calkins’ admission to the New York Occasions that her recommendation to lecturers on studying had ignored the science of studying, we took the chance to remind readers that Schooling Subsequent had made this case 15 years in the past, when Barbara Feinberg wrote, “Apart from grumblings from the New York Metropolis lecturers required to work below her system, there was remarkably little open debate in regards to the primary premises behind Calkins’s strategy, and even suggestions on how the applications are faring within the classroom.”
We have been glad to see that readers took discover.
Managing editor Ira Stoll’s byline appeared on three of the highest 5 posts.
The complete prime ten checklist is right here: