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I’ve been trying to determine how to get my reluctant students to read.Replica-Edition-Monitor_240x230

They are all intermediate, all at-risk, all just a few bad days away from walking away from school altogether.

So how can I make life relevant? By making the reading real.

The New York Times and USAToday both offer free electronic issues to classrooms, and they are still accepting applications for this school year.

Maybe this is just the thing you were looking for…

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