Year in Review: Alliance’s Top Blog Posts of 2014
December 19, 2014 09:00 am
As the year comes to a close, the Alliance is taking a look back on its most talked about – and Tweeted – High School Soup blog posts. Over this year, the Alliance debuted several blog series, such as our Future Ready Series and Common Core Equity Series, both featuring the voices of education experts from across the U.S. as well as those here at the Alliance. In addition, High School Soup featured guest blogs on topics such as education technology, deeper learning, and linked learning. In this blog post, we’re listing the top five of 2014.
5. Joshua Delaney, a former policy intern at the Alliance, gave his insights to what it was like teacher with the Common Core as a former metro-Atlanta high school algebra and special education teacher. In August, Josh’s blog Lessons One Teacher Learned About the Common Core was featured as part of the Alliance’s Common Core Equity Series focusing on the implementation of the Common Core State Standards and struggling students. In his post, Delaney challenges anyone who is unsure about the Common Core to read the actual standards and ask whether they represent anything that a child should not be expected to learn and do.
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