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Cloaking Inequity makes Top 50 in World!

Honored that Cloaking Inequity was ranked today as the 43rd best education blog in the world!

Thank you to everyone who has contributed over the years!

From Feedspot:

Check out the top 50 education blogs to stay up to date on what people are talking about in the education space. This list is a resource to help educators and those in the field of education find the most relevant blogs from across the Web. It is compiled based on number of ranking factors such as

  • Number of followers of these blogs on Feedspot, Facebook and Twitter.

  • Engagement as determined through its combined Facebook shares and Tweets of its most recent posts.

  • The frequency of a blog’s updates. The more frequently a blog is updated, the higher its ranking.

  • Relevancy & quality of the blog posts with respect to the Education category and its usefulness to the readers.

See the rankings here.

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About Dr. Julian Vasquez Heilig (677 Articles)
Julian Vasquez Heilig is an award-winning researcher and teacher. He is currently a Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and the Director of the Doctorate in Educational Leadership at California State Sacramento.

2 Comments on Cloaking Inequity makes Top 50 in World!

  1. David Hinojosa // January 12, 2016 at 9:38 am // Reply

    Congrats!

    David Hinojosa
    Director of The South Central Collaborative for Equity
    National Director of Policy
    IDRA

    Like

  2. Congratulations! Thank you for the work you do!

    Like

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