Hello, LYS Nation. This is the 2,700th post to the column. In continuation of our tradition, we will review our progress.

 

First, the review

 

The 1st post was on Monday, February 16, 2009.

 

The 500th post was on April 7, 2010

 

The 1,000th post was on March 7, 2012

 

The 1,500th post was on April 7, 2014

 

The 2,000th post was on April 21, 2016

 

The 2,500th post is was on August 23, 2018

 

The 2,600th post is was on January 24, 2019

 

The 2,700th post is today, June 4, 2019

 

The top 10 posts (from the last 150 posts) in terms of distribution, have been:

 

  1. Embrace Failure (5/21/2019)
  2. A PLC of 1, Isn’t (4/25/19)
  3. Teacher Pay and the Slow Death of Small Towns (4/16/19)
  4. Why Have a Coach (4/23/19)
  5. A Reader Asks… Lesson Closure in a Performance Classroom (4/24/19)
  6. A Reader Asks… Lesson Closure (4/17/19)
  7. A New Principal Asks… Rooms of Chaos (11/27/18)
  8. What Proactive Instructional Leadership Looks Like – The Raw Numbers (4/30/19)
  9. A Reader Asks… PowerWalks Description (4/26/19)
  10. The Response to Barriers (RTB) Series – Part 1: Response to Ignorance (2/19/19)

 

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Finally

 

Thank you so much for reading and responding.  This network, which started out as a way for just a handful of principals to stay connected has turned into a small nation of board members, central office administrators, campus leaders, and teachers who are focused on redefining student success. Who knows what we will discuss in the next 100 posts.

 

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Your turn…

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