Md. high school takes novel approach to summer reading

06/18/2009 | Gazette (Gaithersburg, Md.), The

In an effort to make its summer reading program more successful, one Maryland high school is abandoning the traditional summer reading list. Instead, students will select one title from a list of more than 100 books chosen by teachers and staff members, and the students will discuss the book they read in small groups of peers when the 2009-10 school year begins.

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