Creating a reading culture for students

09/18/2011 | Education Week Teacher

Sixth-grade language-arts teacher Donalyn Miller writes about the importance of creating a reading culture for students, particularly as schools are working under the "new normal" of tight budgets and reduced programs. Miller writes that the efforts of teachers and administrators over the years has created such a culture at her school, where students choose their own books from a thoughtfully curated library and where language-arts classes dedicate time each day for reading in class.

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