[Susan notes: Here's the good advice: Look for opportunities to publish the message about poverty anywhere and everywhere. And then do it.]
To the editor
The deck preceding the stimulating interview with gaming experts ("Deep play," Spring 2011) announced that online games "may help salvage our failing schools." The experts interviewed made an excellent case for games, but our schools are "failing" for only one reason: Poverty.
Stephen Krashen, Professor Emeritus, USC
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