After nearly 2 years of blogging about how to accomplish progressive systems change, I thought my readers would be interested to know which of my posts have drawn the most views. Here is a list of my 10 most viewed posts, each of which is hot linked so you click them and read them.
#1. Wisconsin’s New Law on the Seclusion and Restraint of Children: posted Nov. 7, 2012, but still getting active views because the information is still current and the problem persists.
#2. Putting an End to the School to Prison Pipeline: posted Jan. 9, 2013, and also continues to get active views due to the intractable nature of this problem.
#3 (tie). When Right and Wrong are not the Answer: posted July 23, 2014, my plea for peace in the midst of the Gaza crisis resonated around the world including in the Middle East amongst both Israelis and Palestinians.
#3 (tie). Why I Decided NOT to Run for School Board: posted Nov. 30, 2012, holds the record for the most views on the day it was released.
#5. Why Special Needs Vouchers are Still a Bad Idea: posted Nov. 20, 2012, is still read due to the school privatization movements never ending fight to strip rights from children with disabilities.
#6. Doing the Right Thing: Dropping Racist Mascots: posted May 23, 2013, another issue that just won’t go away.
#7. The Giving Tree Builds Community: posted August 16, 2013, because systems change requires community building.
#8. Stop Paternalizing Children with Disabilities: posted May 7, 2014, critiquing Louisiana’s efforts to dumb down the education of children with disabilities.
#9. Marriage Equality: Dancing Together Builds Community: posted Oct. 23, 2013, on the cusp of perhaps the most significant cultural change in my lifetime.
#10: Solving the Achievement Gap: posted Nov. 13, 2012, focusing on yet another intractable problem.
There are 82 other posts, so if you’re interested in the others, just go to the home page on my blog, where they are all available in chronological order with the most recent post on top.
I will continue to provide helpful tips on how to accomplish effective, progressive, systems change. For more information on the services I provide, please visit my web site, Systems Change Consulting, which also has contact information.