Educators and the importance of reading

March 31, 2019

 

Whether at home or in school, both teachers and principals believe in the power of reading in support of students.

 

Teachers, especially those who teach literacy/reading, employ many strategies to promote literacy among students, with a focus on talking about books and the importance of reading. Principals are just as likely as teachers to also engage in literacy by talking with students about the importance of reading, the books students read and encouraging use of the school library.

 

To support literacy outside of school, teachers and principals encourage summer reading, talk with families about the importance of reading and make books available to take home during the school year.

 

Learn more at scholastic.com/teacherprincipalreport/educators-the-importance-of-reading.htm.

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