Opinions are divided on the significance of recent (and not-so-recent) efforts to remove certain books from schools.
When we think of reading in the classroom, we often think of phonics or vocabulary. But what about teaching students how to love reading?
A district leader and a state literacy education chief share tips for overcoming hiring challenges and navigating funding constraints.
Retention laws are common—about half of the states in the country have a policy. They’re also controversial.
The consulting group, founded by the popular and controversial literacy icon Lucy Calkins, will soon be shutting its doors.
So-called “book bans” are a lot rarer—and more reasonable—than you might think, argue Max Eden and Jay P. Greene.
For students at all reading levels, these hopscotch mats create a fun and supportive daily reading practice.
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