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TEACHING WRITING AND THINKING: “Although the U.S. spends more and more on ‘education,’ great number…

TEACHING WRITING AND THINKING: “Although the U.S. spends more and more on ‘education,’ great numbers of young (and now, middle-aged) citizens can’t do what used to be easy for most grade-schoolers — writing clear, well-thought-out sentences. They’ve never been taught to do that and with each passing year, there are fewer teachers who might teach [...]
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