Last week, we shared Indy K12’s Top Ten most viewed pieces of 2019. As this decade comes to a close, it is time to take a look back at our top ten pieces of this decade. Indy K12 writers are fearless. They tell the truth unashamed and shine a light on educational issues that some publications avoid. Check out the pieces that made an impact during this decade.
- Parents, Wake Up!!! Stop Wearing Your Child’s School Success as a Badge of Honor When Your Child is Failing
David McGuire gave parents a reality check. He challenged them to worry more about how their children are doing academically instead of the school’s rating.
Educator Barnes shared personal stories to emphasize the importance of educators pronouncing students’ names correctly.
Andrew Pillow explained if schools really have the right to exclude children from school field trips.
Andrew Pillow highlighted how Betsy DeVos’s appointment of Candice Jackson as deputy assistant secretary for the office of civil rights was problematic.
Andrew Pillow shared the story of Alan Belmont, a North Central student, who became Indianapolis’ first transgender prom king.
Educator Barnes explained the impact of the teachers not passing licensure exams.
Andrew Pillow pointed out how the food pyramid is a marketing tool that should not be used in schools.
Educator Barnes detailed her journey in Indianapolis Public Schools and why she had to walk away.
Cheryl Kirk called Senator Franken to the carpet for his misrepresentation of school choice in Indiana during Betsy DeVos’ confirmation hearing and pointed out his hypocrisy.
Educator Barnes reminded principals to consider their actions when it comes to teacher turnover in their buildings.
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