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Guideline on The Students' Right to Read

by National Council of Teachers of English

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Guideline on The Students' Right to Read

Grades K – 12
Type Position Statement
Published April 2009
Publisher National Council of Teachers of English

 

Description  

The current edition of The Students' Right to Read is an adaptation and updating of the original Council statement, including "Citizen's Request for Reconsideration of a Work," prepared by the Committee on the Right to Read of the National Council of Teachers of English and revised by Ken Donelson.

 

National Council of Teachers of English. 1981. Guideline on The Students' Right to Read. November 2009. Web.

 

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