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Recent Research about Writing

Read the latest research about writing from nationally recognized authors and thought leaders.

  • This article discusses Common Core and why teachers often lack the skills to grade students’ writing.

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  • What does it mean when someone is told they “can’t write”? This article argues that what constitutes good business writing should be defined so that specific weaknesses can be pointed out and that people can work on improving specific aspects of their writing.

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  • This article argues that writing-across-the-curriculum needs to be taken more seriously if students become better prepared to write.

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  • A survey reveals that 87% of college grads feel well-equipped for work after graduating, but less than half of managers agree with them. Why? What are the skills that managers find lacking in new college graduates?

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  • Read what Tuck School of Business Management Danos says about the benefit of taking the time to write coherent messages.

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  • What are the skill sets requested most often across nearly every industry?

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  • Read what Bruce Nolop, former chief financial officer of Pitney Bowes Inc. and E*Trade Financial Corp., says we should be doing to enhance the writing of college graduates.

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