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Posted September 12, 2013 in California Educator

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Is reading at risk?

Growing up, Michelle Albaugh spent lazy afternoons on her couch, nose buried in a book. But that’s not the case with many of her students today.

“Teens don’t do that much anymore,”...

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Posted April 13, 2012 in the Blog

Recommended Reading - Hired Guns on Astroturf: How to Buy and Sell School Reform

Dissent Magazine

For the last decade or so, this generation of ed reformers has been setting up programs to show the power of competition and market-style accountability to transform inner-city...

Posted December 14, 2011 in Site Pages

Recommended Reading List

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Posted December 21, 2010 in California Educator

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Literacy starts in the family

“Let’s sing ‘Eency Weency Spider’ in English, Spanish and Hawaiian,” says teacher Rosa Hernandez to her Head Start classroom filled with excited preschoolers and parents. Inside the colorful and...

Related Tags:Volume 15 Issue 4, Educator Feature, Inside Educator, Child, Educator, Parents, Teacher,

Posted September 05, 2011 in the Blog

Today's Recommended Reading

Remembering those who go to work | Seattle Times

We may still celebrate Labor Day, but our culture has given up on honoring workers as the real creators of wealth and their honest toil — the phrase itself  seems antique — a...

Posted December 14, 2011 in Site Pages

K-3 Reading Activities

Build reading observation skills with this activity.

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Posted January 16, 2014 in Media Center

"Reading...it is part of who I am"

Posted December 14, 2011 in Site Pages

Grades 4-5 Reading Activities

Encourage lifelong reading. Read with youngsters by taking roles in stories and acting out dramatic poems.

Posted December 14, 2011 in Site Pages

Grades 6-8 Reading Activities

Put reading skills to practical use.

Posted February 21, 2013 in the Blog

From “learning to read” to “reading to learn”

Students who fall behind in the early grades have a harder time catching up. Throughout grades K-12, children are building upon their knowledge base and developing grade-level academic skills and understanding....

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