Calling it a year!
Is 50 issues enough?
Next week, I’ll start volume 2 of SET.
I know, I know. Having published only 50 weekly issues of SET in volume 1 may not meet the standard of 52 weeks (issues) in a year, I may be playing fast and loose with the concept of a “volume.”
Sorry. I respect the view of those who harbor that concern. But, I’m just going to exercise editorial authority and, with reference to the history of SET, assert that we’ve been at it for a year and that the beginning of June is a good time to start a new volume. So I’m going for it! Woohoo!
I’ll publish the next newsletter 6 June 2022, and it will be 2(1). It’ll put SET on a consistent schedule, so that 3(1) will appear on, if my calendaring is right, 4 June 2023 and another on 3 June 2024. Of course, that schedule depends on whether I can still press the keys in a coherent fashion at that time (and some may wonder whether there is coherence in the keys I’m pressing today, let alone then!).
I hope to provide engaging (if not entertaining) content in the next volume. Thanks to pals and readers, I have lots of ideas about topics to address. I expect to publish
Additional Q-&-A features with people about reading, law, open-science and more.
More of the story about how schools adopt curricula.
More in the series about behavior management.
My opinions (with which readers are free to disagree).
So, come on back for Vol 2. Sign up! Subscribe! Send ideas! Play along!
John Wills Lloyd, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus, UVA School of Ed & HD
Co-editor, Exceptional Children