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I grew up hundreds of miles from the ocean in Pittsburgh, wanting to be like Ransome's characters
I grew up hundreds of miles from the ocean in Pittsburgh, wanting to be like Ransome's characters.
The self-proclaimed Common Core architect David Coleman is tone deaf--not only tone deaf about literature but about children and what they need. But this doesn't stop consultants and curriculum coordinators across the country from jumping on the bandwagon and decreeing a "close reading" of the text--while turning a blind eye to the needs of children.
If you believe in heaven and hell, you know where the Standardistos who rob children of imagination and dreams will end up.
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