Maryland to expand use of comics in schools

05/4/2007 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Maryland's top education official wants to expand the use of illustrated novels and comic strips to middle schools throughout the state, following a well-received yearlong pilot project in eight elementary schools. The program would give teachers another way to entice reluctant readers, said Maryland superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick.

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