Marshall Memo 821, 27th Jan 2020

This week's quotes and articles come from The New York Times, Exceptional Children, American Journal of Education, Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, Cult of Pedagogy, Education Week, Mathematics Teacher, The Reading Teacher (more next week), Language Arts, and a YouTube video. Here are the headlines:

- Reducing burnout and attrition among special-education teachers

- High-school debate and "cultural capital"

- Teaching "The Odyssey" with a social justice perspective

- Linking afterschool programs with the regular school day

- Phonics is only part of good literacy instruction

- Increasing joy in primary-grade math classes

- Four-text sets to build students' reading power

- Recommended storybooks and audiobooks

- Impeachment teaching materials

- A video on probability

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Kim Marshall
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