Cal School News’ Top 10 Stories of 2018

There are just 12 days left until the new year, which means it’s time to bid you all farewell until 2019. But before the bell rings, we’re taking a trip down memory lane with a peak at our most popular articles of 2018.

Personnel moves led the way this year. If there’s anything we’ve learned about our readers, it’s that they crave the lowdown when a superintendent gets fired. Cal School News readers also flocked to our coverage of budget crises and distinguished school awards.

Without further ado, we present Cal School News’ Top 10 Stories of 2018:

1. 2018 California Distinguished Schools Announced

2. Rosemead School District Fires Longtime Superintendent

3. Bonita Unified Superintendent Placed on Leave…Again

4. Central Unified Secrets Revealed In Superintendent Firing

5. What Happened to the Fallbrook Principal?

6. John Moorlach Warns of Impending Doom for CA Schools

7. Los Gatos Union Superintendent Fired

8. Modesto School Board Member Resigns Over Choice for New Superintendent

9. Temple City Unified Superintendents Sign $500,000 Contract

10. What Newsom’s Win May Mean for Education in California

Happy New Year!



Wednesday, February 27, 2019 - 21:15

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