New Texts Aim to Capture Standards

Sawchuk, Stephen
November 2012
Education Week;11/14/2012, Vol. 32 Issue 12, pS21
The author discusses aspects of the Common Core State Standards for classroom literacy instruction in the U.S. and new texts which aim to capture standards.Topics included are alignment between content standards in reading and curricular materials , textbook adoption and response from thepublishers.


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