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District 203 to review new materials to help teach literacy

dailyherald.com (3 months and 9 days ago)

Jan 6, 2014

School board members in Naperville Unit District 203 soon will be hearing about $1.3 million worth of new resources educators are proposing the district begin using next year to help implement Common Core standards. Administrators are scheduled to make a presentation during the board's meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 6, about the books and other resources they would like to buy to teach reading, writing and basic literacy skills. full story

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