States take increasingly standardized approaches to literacy

02/5/2004 | Education Week

To help ensure approval of their Reading First grant applications, many states are turning to the same consultants, core reading programs and professional-development materials. Supporters say the resulting national move toward a more standardized approach to teaching reading helps weaker schools, while opponents say the government's rules unfairly restrict local schools' choices.

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