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N.Y. district gives students more choice in summer reading

NCLE SmartBrief | May 21, 2015

Students' reading skills may improve when they are given some choice over their summer-reading lists, according to the results of a small study of students in a New York district. The district has used the findings to tweak its summer-reading framework and give students more voice in the process. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle (N.Y.) (tiered subscription model) (05/20)


Educator: Digital tools boost students' poetry

NCLE SmartBrief | May 20, 2015

How to make literacy pop with bubble wrap

NCLE SmartBrief | May 21, 2015

Literacy program in Colo. creates individual plans for struggling readers

NCLE SmartBrief | May 21, 2015

How the "senior slump" can affect future plans

NCLE SmartBrief | May 20, 2015

Is "complex trauma" a disability under federal law?

NCLE SmartBrief | May 20, 2015

Va. 5th-graders learn history with video game

NCLE SmartBrief | May 20, 2015

Research backs language to boost math instruction for ELL students

NCLE SmartBrief | May 21, 2015

Outdoor classroom offers cross-curricular learning opportunities

NCLE SmartBrief | May 21, 2015

Teacher-led leadership pilot is coming to Maine school

NCLE SmartBrief | May 20, 2015


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