BOSTON - March 27, 2013 – American schools are facing a fundamental change in the way teaching and learning takes place in order to meet the expectations of the new Common Core State Standards for English/Language Arts. The new standards demand high levels of performance from all students, including Title I students and English Language Learners, which in turn has significant implications for teaching. Yet, a new survey reveals that educators are apprehensive about whether they have enough time, let alone the resources, to support the necessary instructional shifts required to help struggling readers close achievement gaps and meet the...

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