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From the Current Issue:Banned Books Week: Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Freedom to Read
Banned Books Week is right around the corner: September 30-October 6. American Library Association
. . . More on Banned Books Week
NCTE is a sponsor of Banned Books Week -- join the Virtual Read Out and read a banned book.
Simply Saturday blog author Laurie Halse Anderson writes on Banned Books Week and shares a read-out video from Bookmans, an independent bookstore in Arizona.
Reading Instruction for ALL Students
The Council Chronicle, September 2012
Test: Most Students Not Proficient in Writing
NCTE Past President Kathleen Blake Yancey cites research that most students in US don't compose at the keyboard but rather type finished documents into the computer. Yahoo News, September 14, 2012
The National Day on Writing is on October 20 -- what will you be composing?
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