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Mark Isero
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Instructional coach, reading advocate, founder of the Kindle Classroom Project.
Instructional coach, reading advocate, founder of the Kindle Classroom Project.

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This week’s issue of The Highlighter is out! In it: We tell young people that if they go to school and work hard, they’ll get into college and success will follow. What if we’re lying to them? hltr.co/163 #opportunitymyth #tntp #education
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At the Kindle Classroom Project, young people get to read what they want to read. j.mp/kcpchoice
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Another new Kindle Fire arrived today, thanks to Mark (New York, NY). I am grateful for the donation! A middle school student in Oakland will appreciate having unlimited access to any book he or she wants to read. j.mp/kcpwishlist
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Great to return home from work to receive a generous Amazon gift card from Darius, which means more Oakland students can request new books to read. Thank you! The Kindle Classroom Project Library is 100% student-built. j.mp/kcpwishlist
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A big thank you to Micah for his generous donation of FIVE new Kindle Fires to the Kindle Classroom Project. Micah’s gift means that 5 Oakland 9th graders will now have unlimited access to whatever they want to read, day and night.
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Carmen (New York, NY) and Alison (Tipp City, OH) donated Kindles today. Thank you! The Kindle Classroom Project is now over 2,000 Kindles in all.
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Leading this week’s issue of The Highlighter is a remarkable article by @saramosle about the challenges a school leader faces to improve instruction at her elementary school in Atlanta. This is one to read. hltr.co/160 #teaching #coaching #principalchat
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Denise (San Rafael, CA), Lori (Kingwood, TX), Julia (Ann Arbor, MI), Kati (Fremont, CA), Stephanie (Garfield, NJ), and Neal (Canton, MI) all made cash donations to the Kindle Classroom Project this week. Thank you! 100% of your gift will go to buying books students want to read!
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Seven years ago, I started the Kindle Classroom Project, which supports students to read what they want to read.

Many of you have supported the program. Thank you!

I’m happy to announce that the KCP will serve 2,000 students this year!
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Teachers: Why work when you can become YouTube- or Instagram-famous instead? Check out this week's issue of The Highlighter. Loyal reader Jonathan approves! hltr.co/159 #teachers #teachersofinstagram
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