The Politics of Reading critically examines issues in educational policy that effect the reading instruction and experiences students receive in K-12 schools. The blog is an on-going class project for the Politics of Reading course at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. This course is a part of our Education Minor program in the School of Education. New content on the blog is added multiple times each day, seven days a week when the course is being taught. We will start up again in January 2017.

Were You an Author?

If you previously had author status on this blog, you will notice I have removed you after the semester ended. If you would like to write a post for the blog you may do so at any time. Just contact me so I can add you back. I dropped you to avoid having a cluttered mess (and most people don’t want to write after the semester is over). Former students/authors are always welcomed to write a post for this blog.


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  2. bayhillblog says:

    This is an excellent resource for educators everywhere!


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