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  • Stratford STEM Upper Campus
  • Nashville, TN
  • More than half of students from low‑income households

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I am always trying to find ways to encourage my students to read more, and I hear the same complaints. Students complain that books are boring, and or they don't like reading. The main issue I've discovered with my students is that some dislike reading because they are struggling readers and or struggle with comprehending. The other issue is that in some cases, they are forced to read books they have no interest in and or aren't relatable. So through those unfortunate events, some of my students develop a hate and dislike for reading. Books that are more relatable will encourage my students to want to read more, and it will also provide them an opportunity to learn about people similar to them and or they can make a connection with through literature.

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I am always trying to find ways to encourage my students to read more, and I hear the same complaints. Students complain that books are boring, and or they don't like reading. The main issue I've discovered with my students is that some dislike reading because they are struggling readers and or struggle with comprehending. The other issue is that in some cases, they are forced to read books they have no interest in and or aren't relatable. So through those unfortunate events, some of my students develop a hate and dislike for reading. Books that are more relatable will encourage my students to want to read more, and it will also provide them an opportunity to learn about people similar to them and or they can make a connection with through literature.

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