There is perhaps no area of human experience that has as many "authorities" as are involved in the continual controversy concerning the teaching of reading. These "authorities" range from nuclear scientists to almost any layman who has achieved fourth grade proficiency in reading. This search for the answer may prove to be the greatest deterrent to a vibrant, zestful program involving the honest quest of children.
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