Top 10 Education Next Blog Entries of 2014

A list of lists



By 12/01/2014

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UPDATE: Check out our Top 10 Blogs of 2016 here.


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Everybody loves lists! That’s why we compile our annual list of most popular entries on the Education Next blog. And it’s also what gets some blog entries into our top 10.

The most popular blog entry on our site for 2014 was a list of top twitter feeds in education policy compiled by Mike Petrilli. Also making the top ten was a list of some favorite educational apps for kids recommended by parents who are tech experts. Other top blog entries include new research, debunkings, and think pieces.

Here are the top 10 blog entries of 2014:

1. The Top Twitter Feeds in Education Policy 2014
By Michael J. Petrilli
08/06/2014
2. Sweden and School Choice
By Andrew Coulson
07/22/2014
3. What Do We Know About Professional Development?
By Tom Loveless
02/19/2014
4. Our Favorite Educational Apps
By Education Next
06/24/2014
5. Lies, Damned Lies, and the Common Core
By Michael J. Petrilli
02/10/2014
6. The Connection between Choice and Humility
By Neerav Kingsland
02/13/2014
7. What Koreans Wish Obama Understood About Their Schools
By Michael B. Horn
04/09/2014
8. The First Hard Evidence on Virtual Education
By Martin R. West
09/12/2014
9. “Kid, I’m Sorry, but You’re Just Not College Material”
By Michael J. Petrilli
03/21/2014
10. Is TFA to Blame for the Rise in Teacher Attrition?
By Chad Aldeman
04/14/2014

Congratulations bloggers!

—Education Next

P.S. Last year’s list of top blog entries can be found here.




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