Teachers offered no-cost ideas for boosting achievement

02/16/2009 | Washington Post, The

Washington Post columnist Jay Mathews is offering teachers some no-cost solutions to improve student achievement, given the current economic climate. He suggests ditching expensive textbooks in favor of free reading time in class, daily calls or e-mails to parents, encouraging high-school students to read nonfiction and other ideas.

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