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Posted on: September 8, 2012

  • tags: teacher evaluation

    • The second flaw is that the study draws no connection between the evaluation system and improved student learning.
    • the study draws no connection between the evaluation system and improved student learning.
  • Without reading, kids lose an average of one to three months of achievement over the summer. By the end of 6th grade, children who do not read over the summer are as much as two years behind other kids who do.*

    Moms and Dads… getting our kids into reading this summer is our job.

    Experts know that reading 6 books over the summer is all kids need, to maintain the reading level they gained in school.* They also know that the more kids read in the summer, the more they gain.

    Kids read more when they are given books they like—especially if they can choose their own books.

    tags: booklist reading ELA

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