Seidenberg in The Washington Post on the “reading wars”

Mark Seidenberg was interviewed for a Washington Post article on the recent revival of “the reading wars” – the debate about the role of phonics in reading instruction. The enduring debate involves those who study the scientifically studied bases of the human ability to read — psychologists, linguists, and cognitive scientists. It also involves school boards, educators, schools of education, and publishers of curricula. Read all about it: The ‘reading wars’ are back in America’s education salons

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