How Children Learn To Read via "The New Yorker"

by Parent Co. February 12, 2015

Why is it easy for some people to learn to read, and difficult for others? It’s a tough question with a long history. We know that it’s not just about raw intelligence, nor is it wholly about repetition and dogged persistence.
via How Children Learn To Read - The New Yorker.


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