My 5 Top Blogposts of the year (and the 5 I *wish* had been better read)

Laura McInerney

A single rule plagues the land of blogging:

White’s Law – The number of people who read your work is usually inverse to either (a) time spent on it, or (b) your level of pride about it.

So every year I write a list of things that other people liked, and a list of things I liked.

Here’s this year’s:

My Top 5 Most Popular Blogs of 2014

1. What do you notice about this free school monitoring visit?

2. Less than one week to my DfE FOI tribunal

3. Women! Share your numbers! (aka ‘The surprising reason why I offer less work to women’)

4. Should we be placing unqualified teachers in inadequate schools?

5. The Jonah Complex: Why we are afraid of being brilliant

My Top 5 Posts I *Wish* Were Most Popular

1. A tale for when you are missing out on an event

2. The Berlin…

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