More Evidence That Our Approach to Reading Comprehension Is All Wrong
To Make Progress in Reading, We Need to Monitor It Differently
New Report Reveals Something Is Missing From Reading Legislation
No, Teachers Don't Have to Choose Between Knowledge and Strategies
How to Get Kids to Read for Fun
More Time in School Isn't Enough to Counter Pandemic Learning Loss
Behind the Scenes at the Podcast
I'm Hosting a Six-Episode Podcast on Reading Comprehension
Most New York City Schools Are Choosing A Literacy Curriculum That Falls Short
Clearing Up Misconceptions About the "Science of Reading"
Looking for Miracles in the Wrong Places
Putting a New Study on Building Knowledge Into Perspective
Just Adding More Phonics Yields Only Short-Term Gains on Reading Tests
A New Way to Teach Vocabulary: Getting Kids to Infer Meaning from Pictures
Does Arguing for "Knowledge" Make You a Republican?
Reports of the Death of Education Reform Have Been Greatly Exaggerated
Join me on Notes
Dramatic New Evidence That Building Knowledge Can Boost Comprehension and Close Gaps
Are "Math Wars" Really the Same Thing as "Reading Wars?"
To Boost Kids' Vocabulary, We Need to Build Their Knowledge
New Study Suggests Standardized Reading Tests Miss a Lot of Learning
Teachers Need the Why, the What, and the How for Change to Happen
Teachers Need Information on Scientific Research, But It's Only a First Step
To Improve Students' Writing, Teach Them to Construct Sentences and Outline Paragraphs