Does Common Core Help or Hurt in Creating Avid Readers?

November 2014
Reading Today;Nov/Dec2014, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p10
The authors discuss aspects of the Common Core standards in the U.S. Topics include the debate whether the standards encourage or stifles the kind of readership, the Common Core is a guideline in teaching students how to think, reason and contribute to a literate society, and the access to reading materials and its source is the school library.


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