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Do the Common Standards Ban Prereading?

Those of you who follow us here might recall that I told you about a brouhaha over the Common Core State Standards' alleged ban on prereading.

Intrigued by the fervor of the arguments online, I looked into it a bit further. See what I found: The story is up on our website today.

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