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In "The Write Stuff: Preparing the Next Generation of Writers," James Scott Miller, Strategies for Writers consulting author, adeptly frames a plan for tackling the coming “writing revolution.” His thorough understanding of the implications of the Common Core State Standards—and the coming assessments—on writing instruction grounds his compelling case for elevating and intensifying the role of writing in education.
A Columbus Parent article offers insight about the need for handwriting instruction in today's schools.
In his Psychology Today blog post, J. Richard Gentry, Ph.D., explains the implications of removing handwriting from the curriculum.
The Policy Brief reinforces the connection between social-emotional learning, bullying prevention, and academic achievement.
For the first time since its inception, kindergarteners are invited to compete in the contest's manuscript portion.
Zaner-Bloser celebrates educators with a contest and $5,000 in grants.
An Educator's Resource supplements "The Watsons Go to Birmingham," a film based on the award-winning novel.
Dr. William R. Klemm's Psychology Today blog post explains why schools should not stop teaching cursive.
The Educator's Resource based on the Zaner-Bloser Voices Curriculum will supplement Hallmark Channel’s film adaptation of The Watsons Go to Birmingham.
A Kansas superintendent explains why handwriting remains an important part of the curriculum in her district's schools.