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Iserotope Extras - Issue #19

Today you get 5 articles, not 4. It's like a bonus! First up is a wonderful interview between two goo
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Iserotope Extras - Issue #19
By Mark Isero • Issue #19 • View online
Today you get 5 articles, not 4. It’s like a bonus! First up is a wonderful interview between two good friends. Then comes a multimedia profile of a changing (gentrifying) block in Brooklyn. After an interstitial image, The Economist tells us (again) about how the United States has it all wrong, and then please enjoy two excellent pieces about teaching reading.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Gloria Steinem on the Unending Fight for Women’s Rights
One Block: Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn
This is Lake Merced in San Francisco. When I’m running, which I’d like to do more often, this is my go-to route. Not as photogenic as its Oakland counterpart, Lake Merritt, it’s still extremely beautiful, especially at sunset.
An hereditary meritocracy
The House That Reading Built
Teaching Strategies: Annotating to Engage, Analyze, Connect, and Create
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