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UK Study Links Kids’ Pleasure Reading to Strong School Performance | School Library Journal

UK Study Links Kids’ Pleasure Reading to Strong School Performance | School Library Journal | Reading Programs | Scoop.it
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Reading for pleasure puts children ahead in the classroom, study finds - Centre for Longitudinal Studies

Children who read for pleasure are likely to do significantly better at school than their peers, according to new research from the Institute of Education (IOE).
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The 18 Reasons Not to Use Accelerated Reader | Pennington Publishing Blog

The 18 Reasons Not to Use Accelerated Reader | Pennington Publishing Blog | Reading Programs | Scoop.it
Following are short summaries of the most common arguments made by researchers, teachers, parents, and students as to why using AR is counterproductive. Hence, The 20 Reasons Not to Use Accelerated Reader.
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Close Reading Is Close to a Con

Close Reading Is Close to a Con | Reading Programs | Scoop.it
David Coleman, master of the Common Core and characterized as one of the "Ten Scariest People in Education," has launched a crusade against literature and narrative. By Bruce Deitrick Price - A key...
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New program boosts reading in West Deptford middle school students - Gloucester County Times - NJ.com

New program boosts reading in West Deptford middle school students - Gloucester County Times - NJ.com | Reading Programs | Scoop.it
Gloucester County Times - NJ.comNew program boosts reading in West Deptford middle school studentsGloucester County Times - NJ.comA new program launched by two teachers at West Deptford Middle School challenged students to read 40 books over the...
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