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Some NYC schools still teaching literacy curriculum chancellor said must go

09.25.2022 | Gothamist | Some parents and education activists said they were disappointed and had hoped the school system would replace the entire curriculum immediately. 

“You can add more phonics, and that’s great, but if you don’t eliminate the old practices that we know don't work, you’re not going to solve the problem,” said Sarah Part, a policy analyst with Advocates for Children. "We need to see a shift in the underlying philosophy behind how we teach reading, and that requires a lot of teacher training and support." Read article