Just in… What I find concerning is the fact that schools don’t teach reading instruction and many teachers don’t know how to teach reading. Reading is hard to teach. English is the hardest language to learn with all the different sounds and sound combinations and the exceptions to the rule and the exceptions to those … Continue reading Is Civic education a right or is being taught to read is a right?
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From last weeks meeting with our new superintendent, I gathered that Dems in my state are redesigning and pushing for things like: “ensuring more rigor in course work for disadvantage kids” and “having creative equity”. When I asked the question, does anyone here know how many 4th graders are proficient in English, no one know … Continue reading What if schools focused on reading instruction?
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There are many reasons young readers put the books down and roll their eyes to reading… and go for the cell phone. But if your book, your article, isn’t compelling enough, they won’t read it. In today’s age, kids just have shorter attention spans than a dog chasing squirrels. Books today, need to be clear, … Continue reading Why Readers Give up on books?
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