The Reading Wars

Charlotte Allen writes a lengthy treatment of the reading wars for the Weekly Standard. One takeaway from the piece is that it’s a pity that the curriculum that a student receives is in some measure a political question, based on the whims of what is popular at the time–and what happens to hold sway in the particular district a child must attend. (“Read it and Weep,” July 16, 2007).

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