Indiana Students Achieve State Testing Gains and District's Highest ELA Proficiency Rate
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Beaufort County Schools, N.C. Expands Fast ForWord Implementation With Innovative Approaches To Literacy Grant
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Underachieving Students: Why They Struggle and How Educators Can Help
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Keys to Increasing Comprehension in the Age of Common Core
Presenter: Timothy Rasinski, Ph.D.
Comprehension is the goal of reading. To get there readers must master the foundational skills (Common Core), but research shows that a substantial number of poor comprehenders have not yet mastered these. In this webinar, Dr. Timothy Rasinski will share proven, effective, and engaging strategies for helping students lay a solid foundation for reading success and comprehension.
RTI for All: Ideologies, Manufactured Dichotomies, and "The Genius of And"
Author: Chris Weber, Ed.D.
This Whitepaper describes a few of the most common and destructive dichotomies in education – General Education/Special Education, Technology-delivered/Instructor-led interventions and Procedural Mathematics/Conceptual Mathematics. It provides solutions that have been employed in successful Response to Intervention models that resolve these divisions and improve student learning.