Learning English, my story on how “accountability, Common Core and the college-for-all movement are transforming instruction” of students from immigrant families, ranks 10th in Ed Next’s list of the top 20 Education Next Articles of 2015.
That’s not bad considering it didn’t come out till late November.
Overall, readers went for stories on poverty and inequality, say editors. “Five of the articles in the top 20 are from a special issue . . . on the 50th Anniversary of the Moynihan Report which examined the rise in the number of children growing up in single-parent families.”