The benefits of all students reading same book

The benefits of all students reading same book
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Librarian Jonna Palmer and teacher Trish Manwaring organized having their entire California middle school read the same book to help improve school culture and connections among students and staff. In this blog post, they share how they selected the title, got buy-in from all teachers, structured the program and helped support struggling readers.

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