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What Research Really Says about Teaching and Learning to Read

by Stephen B. Kucer

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What Research Really Says about Teaching and Learning to Read

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Type Book
Pages 350
Published October 2008
Publisher National Council of Teachers of English

 

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This collection examines "official" views of the teaching and learning of reading-those endorsed by the National Reading Panel, No Child Left Behind, and Reading First initiatives-and challenges the assumptions on which the views are based.

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Kucer, Stephen B. 2008. What Research Really Says about Teaching and Learning to Read. Urbana, IL: NCTE.

 

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