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10 Trending Blog Posts from 2019 You Don’t Want to Miss

10 Trending Blog Posts from 2019 You Don’t Want to Miss

Whew – what a year for the Edmentum Blog! We’ve had an amazing year of growth and another fantastic year of listening to you (yes, YOU!) about what you want to see most on our blog. After all, our blog is nothing without the fantastic educators, administrators, and parents who support it and read our content.

Check out some of the highlights we experienced this year (all data is accurate as of December 1, 2019):

  • We seen an incredible 849,752 blogs read
  • We’ve averaged 77,081 blogs read per month
  • On average, we have 52,701 people read the blog each month
  • 10,000 people subscribe to our blog for daily updates

Let’s take a look back at our top posts from the year and see what topics are trending most in the mind of our readers:  

1. Five Current Trending Issues in Special Education


2. Teach Like TED: 9 Practical Classroom Tips Taken from TED Talks


3. Over 2,000 Educators Share How Administrators Can Best Retain & Support Them


4. The Teacher’s Reading List: 2019 Edition


5. 5 Brain-Based Learning Strategies to Boost Learning, Retention, and Focus


6. [8 Fun Teacher Side Hustles] Turn Your Passion into Cash


7. [EdNews] Dyslexia, Reading & Literacy Round Up


8. Middle School Classroom Management Tips for Educators


9. [Administrator Tips] 3 Things to Keep in Mind When Budgeting for Next Year


10. 15 Last-Minute Test Review Ideas That Work

Thank you for another great year of the Edmentum blog. We are so thankful to have readers as dedicated as you. To spread more holiday cheer, we’re giving away one $500 Target gift card! Be sure to enter for your chance to win by December 31, 2019.'s picture
Brita Hammer

Brita started with Edmentum in March 2018 and currently serves as a Marketing Associate. She is passionate about providing teachers resources to help their students achieve in and out of the classroom. Brita earned a B.S. in Marketing from North Dakota State University.