Recognizing Writing as the Key To Learning

Howard, James
September 1984
Education Week;9/5/1984, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p16
The article discusses the importance of writing programs as the key to learning in the U.S. educational system. Standardized tests include writing components and test scores that provide information about writing performance of students. A proposal has been made to use and teach writing in subjects other that English.


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