Folks have been voting with their clicks. Here is a catalog of the five most frequently viewed articles on SET as of 25 October. Each of these posts has had well greater than 100 clicks. (Note: The list excludes the newsletters, which routinely have 100s of readers.)
U.S. Health agency plans audit of payments for autism services—Did state Medicaid payments conform to guidelines? [5 July 2021]
Smoke signals in reading education—What is with the spate of articles about changes in reading instruction? [21 October 2021]
Editorial: Fountas & Pinnell argue for reducing polarization in reading instruction—Is it time for detente among adocates of different approaches to early literacy? [11 September 2021]
L. & D. Fuchs receive a major award—They are probably the first people whose work is closely associated with students with disabilities to receive the McGraw Prize [1 October 2021]
The list clearly is not an equitable accounting, because older articles appeared when the circulation of the newsletter was maybe half of what it is today. Said another way, some readers may have missed some of the earlier entries.
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