The New York Times: Reading


“Kids who read more get better at reading, and because they are better at reading, it’s easier and more pleasurable so they read still more,” he said. “And kids who read well don’t just do better in English class — it helps them in math, science and every other class, too.”

This is a great reminder about the power of words for children.

New York Times Op Ed The Gift of Reading


About Kathleen McNamara Head's Up!

an educator in Independent Schools for over 28 years
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