The new common core standards acknowledge a needed emphasis on argument in classroom lessons — a skill necessary for students to succeed in college and career, say  educator Mike Schmoker and English and education professor Gerald Graff. However, they are concerned the somewhat confusing standards could marginalize the use of argument in lessons. Read Full Article at Education Week Website


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