Storytelling and African-American Children

November 9, 2015 at 4:50 pm Leave a comment

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Low reading achievement among many African American children is a persistent issue in the United States. This puts many African American children at risk for a host of problems. Yet our research shows that African American children have strong skills in an area relevant for reading. That is, storytelling. click here to read more…http://academicminute.org/2015/11/nicole-gardner-neblett-university-of-north-carolina-storytelling/

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