READ 60--a modest proposal for dramatizing the reading crisis....

 And also fixing it.

 My conclusion is that illiteracy in the United States is mostly a result of social engineering. John Dewey and the rest of his gang wanted all children to be in a muddle together. That is, after all, the central goal of socialism.

Reading has been badly taught for 85 years, with the results that millions of children don't read and often can't read. This article is about a simple way to fix this problem. READ 60 suggests that all children should read 60 minutes each day, in the classroom, in the process of doing their homework, or on their free time. That's a very sensible proposal and all teachers and parents should promote it.

The somewhat sneaky aspect of this proposal is that it is intended to dramatize that millions of children cannot possibly read 60 minutes a day, because they can't read at all!

 We can easily fix this man-made problem.

 Article: PLAY 60 is a great idea… Now, how about READ 60?

http://www.educationviews.org/play-60-great-idea-now-read-60/

 

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