Lois Bridges

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Working Magic: International Literacy Day, September 8, 2016

Lois Bridges September 7th, 2016

Children across the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and India share much in common when it comes to the magic of reading.

What the Research Says: Reading and Writing Connections

Lois Bridges July 2nd, 2015

Nurturing a love of reading comes naturally when we rely on good research to guide us. On edu@scholastic, we're featuring five important issues related to children's...

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What the Research Says: The Power of the Read Aloud

Lois Bridges June 23rd, 2015

Nurturing a love of reading comes naturally when we rely on good research to guide us. On edu@scholastic, we're featuring five important issues related to children's...

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What the Research Says: Books in the Home

Lois Bridges June 19th, 2015

Nurturing a love of reading comes naturally when we rely on good research to guide us. On edu@scholastic, we're featuring five important issues related to children's...

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What the Research Says: Reading Self-Selected Books for Fun

Lois Bridges June 9th, 2015

Nurturing a love of reading comes naturally when we rely on good research to guide us. On edu@scholastic, we're featuring five important issues related to children's...

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What the Research Says: Reading Volume

Lois Bridges June 3rd, 2015

Nurturing a love of reading comes naturally when we rely on good research to guide us. On edu@scholastic, we're featuring five important issues related to children's...

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School Building Leaders to Gather in Nashville Next Month for First-Ever Principal Academy

Lois Bridges January 20th, 2015

Even though she was surrounded by 4,200 students and dozens of faculty and staff every day on the job, former Brockton High School Principal Sue Szachowicz often felt...

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Jump start your 2015 with a school- or district-wide needs assessment

Lois Bridges December 31st, 2014

A new year always holds the promise of a fresh start. Consider how you might reinvigorate your district’s commitment to student achievement, and jump start 2015 with a...

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Why Percy Jackson rocks: Dispelling the myth of the deficient text

Lois Bridges November 3rd, 2014

Good news: Pleasure reading is back (goodness knows why it was ever driven from our classrooms). Bad news: Well-meaning teachers and parents are fretting over the imagined...

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The read-aloud: Paper or pixels?

Lois Bridges October 14th, 2014

Paper or pixels? What’s best for the read-aloud? Increasingly, that’s the question both parents and teachers are asking as beloved picture books navigate to the screen....

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