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Literacy Is an Obsession at an Alabama High School

Literacy instruction "pops up on every corridor" at Buckhorn High School in New Market, Ala., writes my colleague Catherine Gewertz in an article published at edweek.org this week.

The article includes many examples of how teachers at that school are helping students to improve their literacy skills while also learning academic content.

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