Texas high school reading list
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Dumplin' Book Trailer - Spirit of Texas Reading Program, High School, 2016
9th Grade Reading Lists: 1922 vs. Today
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This story was originally published by Intellectual Takeout on September 2, According to a new research report from the Urban Institute, such a thought is not simply a result of generational pride. Take reading scores. As the chart below demonstrates, 4th and 8th grade reading scores have experienced an increase in the years since High school seniors, however, have experienced a steady decline in reading scores over the same time period. Is it possible that these falling scores are the result of diminished rigor in the high school curriculum?
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Everything is bigger in Texas—even our reading lists. More than 1, eager freshmen will break out into small group sessions with leading faculty members across campus to discuss one of the 58 books in the Round-Up. In addition to priceless knowledge and great conversation, students will receive a T-shirt and a breakfast taco. It takes place before the Civil War, though it was written just shy of twenty years after the War ended. This book is especially relevant for Reading Round-Up for many reasons, but in particular there are two.