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Reading, Writing, and Mythology

Always in the loop, John Norton of Teacher Leadership Today reports that a number of teachers who went to the National Staff Development Council's annual conference earlier this month came back abuzz about a presentation given by cultural anthropologist Jennifer James. Details are somewhat scattered, but James seems to have emphasized the importance of teaching kindness and recognizing mythological transitions in our culture. John's got more.

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