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By Tatum Travers • August 18, 2017

Solving California’s Writing Problem

According to the NAEP, only 25% of California 8th graders are proficient writers. Fortunately, pedagogical shifts and classroom technology are making it easier than ever for districts in the state to invest in rigorous and engaging writing instruction. Read on for 5 solutions to common hurdles California educators face in building confident, thoughtful writers.

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