Strategies to Improve Adolescent Reading Proficiency: How to Identify and Address Why They Struggle
Although literacy is taught in elementary school, many middle school and even high school students in America struggle to read. The reason for this is simple: Most American schools do not teach literacy using proven, evidence-backed methods. What are these evidence-based literacy models, and how can schools incorporate them to improve literacy and equity for older students? Watch this webinar to learn the actionable literacy strategies all schools can and should implement.
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