This book should be a must read for school administrators, parents, and teachers.
Readicide is another winner in Kally Gallagher's list of great books about teaching high school students about reading and writing.
(Gallagher, p. 46) In the end, Readicide is a provocative title that will change the way that I work.
This book contains some good ideas, but frankly I wish I had checked it out from the public library instead of buying it.Published 1 month ago by Ms.K
While aggressive, the message is important and the book also includes strategies and ideas that will help you inspire a love of reading within students.Published 1 month ago by Kayla
Kelly Gallagher knows what he is talking about! What's even more important is that he shows teachers what to do with the knowledge. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sheri M. Kennedy
I thought this book made several good points and I wish that some of the powers that be would take a look at some of this information before making decisions that affect educators... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jonathan D. Field
Overall, Readicide raised a number of eye opening and thought provoking arguments regarding the current state of literacy and reading in America's youth. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Parker Veroff
This is a very interesting book for a retired teacher to read about how overemphasis on testing is killing kids desire to read.Published 5 months ago by kc
Reading this short book by Kelly Gallagher really makes me appreciate my school and the administrators guiding the ship. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Neil Hepworth
This book should be required reading for every English or Reading Teacher! It changed my way of thinking about teaching Reading.Published 7 months ago by Beth Doherty
The other teachers on my English II team were equally impressed, with each team member ordering their own copy. Read morePublished 7 months ago by nancy hill