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TC's Lucy Calkins Calls NYC's Study of Core Knowledge Literacy Program "Problematic"

In the New York Times Calkins, an Architect of the City's "balanced" literacy program, which includes fiction, says the study of the experimental, non-fiction-only program was flawed.
In the New York Times Calkins, an Architect of the City's "balanced" literacy program, which includes fiction, says the study of the experimental, non-fiction-only program was flawed.

LINK:  Nonfiction Curriculum Enhanced Reading Skills, Study Finds

Published Monday, Mar. 12, 2012

TC's Lucy Calkins Calls NYC's Study of Core Knowledge Literacy Program "Problematic"

In the New York Times Calkins, an Architect of the City's "balanced" literacy program, which includes fiction, says the study of the experimental, non-fiction-only program was flawed.

LINK:  Nonfiction Curriculum Enhanced Reading Skills, Study Finds
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