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What you were reading in 2021
Here are the year’s most-read stories online in EdCal
January 10, 2022
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You wanted to learn how schools were responding to learning loss and student grading in the COVID era. You wanted to know who won ACSA awards and what could be done to stop federal rules impacting the retirement income of educators.
These were just a few of the most viewed and most shared stories from the digital edition of EdCal during the calendar year 2021.
The digital edition of EdCal is published online the same day as the print edition.
“It’s safe to say that these stories and others were also read extensively in the print edition of EdCal,” said Michelle Carl, EdCal editor. “We can’t track how many reads an article gets in print, but the digital edition gives us an idea of which articles were the most important to our members.”
ACSA members who would like to switch to the digital-only subscription to EdCal and Leadership magazine can e-mail memberservices@acsa.org and request to become a digital subscriber.
“This year, dozens of ACSA members shared their experiences with their colleagues by writing an article,” Carl said. “All ACSA members are invited to help drive the conversation in education by contributing to EdCal.”
Members interested in submitting articles, photos or research dissertations to EdCal may send pitches or completed articles to mcarl@acsa.org.
Most viewed stories of 2021
1. Unfair rules reduce educators retirement income (5,189 views) 2. AB 104 allows students to request retention (4,049 views) 3. New teachers receive waivers on requirements (1,248 views) 4. Nominees for Exemplary Woman in Education Award announced (1,176 views) 5. ACSA state award recipients announced (1,114 views) 6. NFL’s Mattison pays it forward (704 views) 7. Research supports restorative restart for schools (658 views) 8. Adult ed America Moreno (ESS 2021 Special Edition) (646 views) 9. Student feedback can encourage reflection in teachers (640 views) 10. Time to address the trauma caused by racism (517 views)
Most shared stories of 2021
1. AB 104 allows students to request retention (50 shares) 2. Unfair rules reduce educators retirement income (38 shares) 3. Time to address the trauma caused by racism (20 shares) 4. CTE educators adapt hands-on learning to virtual (17 shares) 5. How to get unstuck from learning loss conversation (16 shares) 6. What kind looks like through the eyes of students (13 shares) 7. Student feedback can encourage reflection in teachers (12 shares) 8. Giving students the choice to improve grades (11 shares) 9. Expanded learning partners can help schools (11 shares) 10. Wickham leads and teaches for equity and diversity (11 shares)
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Find stories from back issues of EdCal
Want to explore these stories and more? Finding content from back issues of EdCal digital edition is easy. Click on the three lines at the top left of any issue or article page to open the menu. Click on the search icon to look up a specific story by keyword or click on the catalog icon (third one down) to find an issue date. Digital back issues starting from July 2019 forward are currently available online.
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