Basic reading and writing are no longer sufficient for today's high school students who must demonstrate strong literacy and critical thinking skills to meet performance-based standards in content areas, succeed at the workplace and participate in a democratic society. Yet, few content area teachers have the training or time to include literacy development into also packed curriculum demands.
Hyatt, Kay, "Maine Setting the Pace for Adolescent Literacy" (2003). General University of Maine Publications. 1953.
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