Month: July 2021


I laid all the groundwork, but public school failed to

The way we teach reading isn’t right for all kids—and not all families can afford the tutoring they need. That’s not right. Two of my three kids failed to learn to read in public school. We did all the right things—filled our house with books, read to them as babies, …

I’m a kindergarten teacher and the way I’ve been teaching

Every September, my class of kindergarten kids look at me in excitement. They don’t know it, but this is the year they’ll start learning to read: learning the letter sounds, sounding out words and eventually reading sentences. Some sail through and become masters before the year is over. Others take …
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