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Why are we still teaching reading the wrong way?

from The New York Times

Our children aren't being taught to read in ways that line up with what scientists have discovered about how people actually learn. It's a problem that has been hiding in plain sight for decades. According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress, more than six in 10 fourth graders aren't proficient readers. It has been this way since testing began. A third of kids can't read at a basic level. How do we know that a big part of the problem is how children are being taught? Because reading researchers have done studies in classrooms and clinics, and they've shown over and over that virtually all kids can learn to read — if they're taught with approaches that use what scientists have discovered about how the brain does the work of reading. But many teachers don't know this science. more


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