How Children Learn To Read via "The New Yorker"

by ParentCo. 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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