Opinion: Minnesota makes gains in literacy but needs to do more

11/4/2009 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

The efforts of a group of Minnesota parents, educators and legislators to improve literacy is already showing results, writes the editorial board of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Strategies for further improvement should be acted upon, the board writes, including requiring literacy education as part of teacher licensure, introducing mid-career teachers to research-based instruction methods and convincing administrators to support methodical reading instruction.

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