Posts Tagged: Carolyn Ross

Has Summer Reading Sucked on a Universal Level All Along?


If you remember feeling oppressed by summer reading assignments—or skipping it altogether, opting to half-ass it and watch the movie adaptations instead—you aren’t alone. At The Millions, Carolyn Ross argues that these assignments are “killing a love of reading” for students everywhere. A high school English teacher herself, she outlines some fundamental problems with the grading […]