Identifying what works for struggling readers | Educator’s guide

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This guide summarizes Effective Programs for Struggling Readers: A Best Evidence Synthesis, a research review conducted by Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Research and Reform in Education. The achievement outcomes of alternative approaches for struggling readers in grade K-5 were evaluated. This guide for educators presents the evidence on how effective the following approaches have proved to be for improving student reading: one-to-one tutoring, small group tutorials, classroom instructional process approaches, and instructional technology. (posted September 7, 2012)

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