Texas Moves Forward with Calls for Reading, Language Arts Adoption Worth More Than $1B

April 2008
Educational Marketer;4/14/2008, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p1
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The article reports on the tentative approval of the Board of Education to a K-12 English language arts and reading curriculum in Texas. The tentative approval came after board members have agreed to remove a list of book titles and authors as examples of what students must read. The curriculum is still to be finalized by the board members as to whether it will emphasize phonics or will strengthen reading comprehension components.


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