A caveat on reading fiction in school


The new Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts call for students to read a lot more non-fiction and less fiction than they used to, a requirement that has caused some consternation among educators, the Washington Post reports. Here’s a look at an interesting difference between fiction and non-fiction, written by cognitive scientist Daniel Willingham, professor and director of graduate studies in psychology at the University of
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